Many investors are finding money-making opportunities in insolvency and corporate decline. Experts have authored books and newsletters about bankruptcy investing. Hopeful investors comb 10Ks for signs of a company’s financial distress and precursors to default. Fund representatives seek prospective properties in bankruptcy filings. Bankruptcy rules require debtors and trustees to give notice of the sale of any assets, including distressed properties and real estate foreclosures, debt or equity securities. But who is looking out for the rights of the creditors and lenders involved in these complex deals?
The bankruptcy restructuring and distressed investing attorneys of Christian & Small represent secured lenders, banks, and providers of commercial credit in distressed debt transactions. We have represented distressed debt investors and third-party purchasers of loans in workout situations. Our lawyers understand the ins and outs of these sophisticated transactions, including deals with forbearance agreements and repayment plans involving multiple parties and forms of collateral.