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IQPC's Global Distressed Debt Investor Forum

Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to sponsor IQPC's Global Distressed Debt Investor Forum.

From the IQPC website:

Why Should I Attend? 
With increased liquidity in the market, distressed investors have seen a great deal of competition in the space. Hedge funds and private equity funds have had an increased role in this area, along with the traditional investment banks. Can this type of investment, however, weather the storm through a credit crunch, particularly in the United States? How do investors deal with turnaround management and risk assessment in the current marketplace? Globally, how are changes in bankruptcy laws in Europe and he emerging markets paving the way for U.S. investors?
Through panel discussions, presentations, and case studies, this conference will create a dialogue to pinpoint the investment opportunities available, the emerging asset sectors, and the likely risks and returns that will present themselves to help integrate the right investments into one’s portfolio.

Topics Will Include:

  • Expected market volatility analysis: Is this the right time to buy in?
  • The impact of the increased role of hedge funds on the distressed industry
  • The challenges that arise from turnaround management, M&A, and legacy liabilities
  • Understanding CDOs: What works and what doesn’t?
  • How have investors faired with the 2 year anniversary of BAPCA?

Who You Will Meet:

  • Distressed Fund Managers
  • Private Equity Fund Managers
  • Hedge Fund Managers
  • Institutional Investors
  • M & A and Turnaround Advisors
  • Bankruptcy Attorneys
  • Loan Originators
  • Debt Providers
  • Rating Agencies
  • Investment Bankers
  • Wealth Management Firms

Agenda Highlight

Monday, September 17, 1:00 PM: The 2nd Anniversary Of BAPCA And Other Legal Issues

  • Debt subordination, non-payment, delayed payment
  • How are large bulk bracket investment banks affected?
  • What is the role of banks that can now advise and underwrite securities?
  • A future outlook: will there be more pre-packaged, pre-negotiated deals?
  • Bankruptcy M&A - Are there more asset sales than reorganization?

Walter Curchack, Partner, LOEB & LOEB LLP