• This will force a change in strategy for those brave enough to invest in distressed assets.

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  • And he's president of MHR Fund Management, a New York fund that specializes in distressed assets.

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  • Mr. Cecchi also expects more distressed assets, including bank loan sales, to hit the market in 2013.

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  • Meanwhile, major financial institutions with large real-estate exposures continue to collapse, feeding the pipeline of distressed assets.

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  • Although some funds have been venturing into Japanese property for years, these have mostly specialised in distressed assets.

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  • Goldman also used the global slump to expand abroad, especially in Asia, going on a shopping spree for distressed assets.

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  • But the write-downs have continued, further pressuring capital as banks are forced to hold more in reserve against the distressed assets.

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  • That might mean investing in distressed assets, or in properties with the potential to add substantial value through repurposing or refurbishment.

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  • Though they knew they could buy the newly distressed assets for a song, they lacked the capital to finance the deals.

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  • When the boom turned to bust, Beal Bank was in a perfect and healthy position to profit by buying distressed assets cheaply.

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  • Sadly for the telecoms firms, bottom-fishing for distressed assets rarely worked, and investors vetoed empire-building deals involving mature assets that yielded few cost synergies.

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  • Such banks might be looking to sell assets rather than refinance them, which spells opportunities for private equity players and hedge funds hunting for distressed assets.

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  • Emerging from this credit cycle, the strong will inevitably get stronger and the better banks will reap the benefits of buying distressed assets at bargain prices.

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  • During the recent downturn he has been much less active in real estate largely because banks and other lenders have been slower to sell distressed assets.

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  • Both banks hope to raise capital from foreign investors for the new units, in return for giving them a portion of their business in these distressed assets.

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  • Flexible mechanisms that facilitate innovation, as well as the orderly and transparent processing of distressed assets, the unwinding of government ownership, crisis resolution, consumer protection and insurance.

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  • The Korean authorities accepted early on that governments make poor asset managers, and that the more quickly distressed assets are disposed of, the lower the cost to the taxpayer.

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  • The main reason for Investor's resilience is that it entered the downturn flush with cash, giving it the means to support struggling subsidiaries and buy distressed assets at knock-down prices.

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  • Money that had been raised to buy distressed assets was also switched into safer ones when it became clear that bargain properties were not coming to market in great numbers (of which more below).

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  • Japan was almost completely lacking in U.S.-style self-correcting mechanisms--namely, the vulture investors, hedge funds, buyout giants and others who wait decades for a chance like this to pounce on distressed assets and help the entire system snap back.

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  • "What's happening in the last few months is that more are looking at cross-border opportunities, particularly in Europe, " where a number of good brands are struggling with liquidity problems or distressed assets, said Steve Lim, chief executive of J.

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  • "A lot of people are still under the impression that distressed assets are what auctions are most appropriate for, and that's not true, " said Stacy Kirk Reich, president of Grand Estates Auction Company, which oversaw the sale of the property.

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  • Panmure Gordon analyst Sandy Chen also points out that, as prudent as HSBC has been with its investment banking business, it has made some opportunistic acquisitions of distressed assets in the past, most notably in the case of Household International in the United States.

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  • Bankers feel obliged to advise clients against snapping up distressed securitised assets until the mortgage giants are put on a firmer footing, says one.

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  • But instead, as I first reported at Clusterstock, a bulk of that loan was used to buy distressed insurance assets for a steal of a price from Old Mutual.

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  • Gary Lewis, a distressed-assets expert who runs a financial website called scrantonisbroke.blogspot.com, wants the city to consider filing for bankruptcy, which would allow it to restructure its crippling debt and change its expensive labour contracts.

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  • The nationalisation comes after the European Commission blocked an earlier plan that would have seen the country's other large banks, Rabobank, ING and ABN Amro, contribute capital to a so-called "bad bank" to house SNS Reaal's distressed property assets.

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  • Allocation of assets to distressed debt will remain essentially unchanged from 2010, with distressed allocations exceeding 40% of assets under management for 27% of those surveyed.

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  • Within months they had seized distressed borrowers' assets, sorted them into one of several companies formed by industry or location, and hired industry experts to manage them.

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  • It is buying leasing assets, distressed debt and has also shown an interest in Long-Term Credit Bank.

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