Distressed Investors Eye New Options & Wait

Sheahan, Matthew
February 2011
High Yield Report;2/7/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p19
This article reports on the alternative investment opportunities being sought by distressed debt investors as they face a market where distressed assets at an historic low. According to Mick Solimene of Macquarie Capital, there is less appeal for investors to expand their distressed debt portfolio as average loan prices near par and spreads return to historic norms. A survey found that there is a growing number of investors who plan to allocate less to their distressed debt portfolio in 2011 than the previous year.


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