Atlanta hospital pushes for swap, but some concerns remain
- Atlanta-Area Hospital Considering Swaption in Bid to Save $4 Million. McDonald, Michael // Bond Buyer;04/19/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30622, p24
Reports on the Georgia Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority's consideration of a swap option pitched by PaineWebber Inc. that may help Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta forego fee hikes on some services. Amount that the hospital could receive by executing the swap option; Terms of the swap option;...
- Paine Webber joins group leading a $1.4B Hotel syndication. Ben-Amos, Omri // American Banker;4/16/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 72, p11
Reports on Paine Webber Real Estate Securities Inc.'s participation with other bank and non-bank lenders in putting up a $1.4 billion syndicated loan package for Patriot American Hospitality Inc. Loan Investments; Payments administrator, collateral and administrative agents; Real estate market...
- Sale of Newport Hyatt Falls Through. Padilla, Mathew // Orange County Business Journal;05/03/99, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p25
Reports on Patriot American Hospitality Inc.'s failure to reach a deal for the sale of a hotel portfolio to PaineWebber Real Estate Securities Inc. Value of hotels in the portfolio; Locations of the hotels.
- DeKalb County, Ga., refuses Grady Memorial Hospital's swaption offer. McEntee, Christopher // Bond Buyer;06/14/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30661, p33
Reports on DeKalb County, Georgia's rejection of a request by Grady Memorial Hospital to enter into swaption on revenue debt with PaineWebber Inc. Cash infusion that could be generated by the swaption; Structure and terms of the swaption.
- Not patriotic enough? // Business News New Jersey;06/02/97, Vol. 10 Issue 18, p2
Focuses on the plans of Patriot American, a real estate investment trust in Texas, and PaineWebber, a Big Six accounting firm, to purchase the office and industrial building of Bellemead Development, the real estate subsidiary of Chubb Insurance of Peapack, New Jersey. Problems faced by the...
- New trust company set for January. Smith, Pedro // Caribbean Business;11/21/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p6
Reports that the PaineWebber Trust Co. of Puerto Rico, a division of PaineWebber Inc., will start operations in January 1997. Appointment of Carlos J. Nieves to head the trust division; Objective of division; Target client base of corporate and government retirement plans; Support of division...
- PaineWebber shares tumble as takeover rumors subside. Padgett, Tania // American Banker;3/3/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 41, p32
Presents information on the lowering of PaineWebber Group Incorporated's shares on March 02, 1998, as speculation that the company would be acquired subsided. Rumors surrounding the acquisition of the company; Stock performance after the deal did not materialize; Comments from Joan S. Solotar,...
- City mishandling of tax bill saves PaineWebber $7.3m. // Crain's New York Business;02/17/97, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p10
Reports on the losses incurred by the New York City Department of Finance, as a result of a tardy tax audit which was mailed to PaineWebber Group Incorporated. How much money in corporate taxes which PainWebber owed the city; Wrong tax bill sent to the company.
- PaineWebber's mantra goes against Street model. Johnson, Ben // National Real Estate Investor;Jul98, Vol. 40 Issue 7, Wall Street Wrap p16
Focuses on the services and business strategies of PaineWebber's real estate group. Focus on long-term transactions; Set up of the real estate group as an independent operations unit within the company proper; Involvement with Paul Nussbaum's interest in hotels in 1993 and 1994; Services done...