Weekly News – June 30

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Exclusive Opportunism
The Serta Opinion
Conflicts of Interest in BK

2023 Restructuring Symposium

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Floating Rate Impact

Source: S&P Global Ratings

Loan recoveries affected by LMEs

Source: S&P Global Ratings

Property Markets Under Pressure

Source: Trepp

With $1.5 billion of CRE debt coming due

Creditor strategies in the spotlight

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Exclusive Opportunism

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Lordstown Enters

Exclusive Content

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Cineworld Exits

Congrats to our friend @Maxfrumes on joining 9fin

SVB fight is on!

Bailout gone wrong

To the rescue!

What we’re reading…

Source: Morgan Lewis

2023 CRC Allocators Conference

Contributors Speak Up

What to expect in the next default cycle

We asked Contributors Bradford Sandler and Sidney Levinson to weigh in on what we should expect in the next default cycle.

Professor Edward Altman recently noted in a paper published with the Creditor Rights Coalition that the Benign Credit Cycle is over. He sees a reversion to the mean in terms of defaults and recoveries in 2023. But he also sees many risks on the horizon making a Stress or even in a “hard-landing†scenario a possibility (with 8-10% default rates). Put your prediction caps on. What do you see and expect? Where do you expect restructuring activity to increase? Are we in for more bankruptcies? Or, more (yawn yawn) extend and pretend? Will RSAs rule the day? Or, will we see more traditional in-court restructurings? What will this new environment look like?

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Third party releases

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Martin Bienenstock
Phil Anker
Marshall Huebner
Edward Neiger
Jennifer Christian
Paul Silverstein
Clifford J. White III

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“Open Market” Purchases

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Should an “open market” purchase be liberally construed to conform to sophisticated parties intentions or are there other limiting factors?
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Where Are We In The Credit Cycle?

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