CDS May Make Workouts Trickier

K. L.
September 2005
High Yield Report;9/19/2005, Vol. 16 Issue 35, p1
Reports on the issues concerning the effectivity of the changes to the U.S. bankruptcy laws on October 17, 2005. Impact of the amended law on creditors; Gain of lenders from purchasing credit derivatives and credit default swaps; Agenda of the restructuring deals of hedge funds.


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