Insolvent Central Falls, R.I., Repays $4.1M of Tans on Time
- Central Falls, R.I., Gets Approval for State Receivership. Phillips, Ted // Bond Buyer;6/21/2010, Vol. 372 Issue 33336, p5
The article reports on the transition from being a judicially appointed receivership to state receivership under a consent order of Central Falls, an insolvent city in Rhode Island.
- Scottish upholsterer enters receivership. // Cabinet Maker;4/20/2012, Issue 5784, p4
The article presents information on retailer company Instyle Furniture of Paisley, Scotland which has gone into receivership.
- State of discontent. Westfield, Mark // Bulletin with Newsweek;4/13/2004, Vol. 122 Issue 6416, p48
When tiny gold producer Beaconsfield Gold NL relisted on April 2, 2004 after nearly three years in receivership, the event was barely noticed. Yet it capped a remarkable survival story after its near-death experience in June 2001 when its banker, BankWest, demanded repayment of a $32m loan when...
- ÃKK slightly raises net repayments in Q4 issue plan. // Hungary A.M.;11/21/2013, p5
The article reports that ÃKK, the state debt management agency of Hungary has raised net forint repayments planned for the fourth quarter of 2013 by a slight 11 billion Hungarian forints.
- Greece warns of default. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;5/21/2015, pA02
The article reports on the warning of the Greek government on the likelihood of not able to make repayment to its loan to creditors.
- Loan Defaults: When to Utilize a Law Firm. Simon, Frank // Credit Union Times;8/19/2015, Vol. 26 Issue 30, p12
The author discusses aspects of how credit unions can handle loan defaults. He talks about ensuring financial fitness and legal backing of the credit union through a law firm and mailing demand letters and obtaining settlement agreements from borrowers. Also investigated is the scenario of a...
- CORRECTION. // Estates Gazette;6/26/2010, Issue 1025, p67
A correction to the graphs and data on receivership sales at an auction that was published in a June 2010 issue is presented.
- RBS sale-and-leasebacks are placed in receivership. Phillips, Mike; Buckley, James // Estates Gazette;12/5/2009, Issue 948, p39
The article reports that the Liberty 1 and Liberty 2 sale-and-leaseback portfolios sold by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) for 175 million pounds have been placed in receivership due to issues related to the income from the assets.
- Time called on receiverships as banks market Â£150m of assets. O'Connell, Bridget; Dixon, Annabel // Estates Gazette;6/12/2010, Issue 1023, p43
The article reports that several lenders in Great Britain have forced over 150 million pounds of receivership properties to market.