The Debt Sale Market -- The Economic Approach (Parti)

Maynard, Ken
May 2005
Credit Control;2005, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p64
Trade Publication
Provides some insights into how a seller can get the maximum price for their debt and form relationships with a purchaser who carefully considers all aspects of the selling process. Economic benefits of selling debt; Trends in the debt sale market in Europe; Implications for the operations of lenders.


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