Problem Loans and Distressed Debt Restructuring
Nov 26 - 29 Nov, 2012
As a result of the slowing global economy an increasing number of borrowers are failing to meet their loan obligations. Banks lending to such troubled borrowers are often faced with a dilemma: enforcing liquidation which can provide certainty of a short term return but which can involve a significant loss of principal, or giving the borrower more time which adds yet more uncertainty to a risky recovery process. In todayâ€™s tough liquidity conditions, credit professionals are required to quickly identify what is causing borrowers problems and provide the most appropriate and cost effective financing solution. Such solutions can be unique to the sector in which the company operates and specialist knowledge may be required. This course therefore includes case studies covering transport, retail, energy, manufacturing and leisure.
Venue: Central London Hotel