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Two lessons of the Till decision are 1) distressed debt investors beware--you may find that the bankruptcy court is no friend of yours; and 2) banks or other owners of bad mortgages may find buyers prepared to offer even less than in the past.
Six specialist distressed debt investors - Mount Kellett Capital Partners, Taconic Capital Advisers, Providence Equity Capital Markets, Anchorage Capital Group, Angelo Gordon and Eton Park International - made up the committee and have underwritten the bondholder offer and new money.
After months of wrangling in the US courts Oaktree a US-based distressed debt investors gave up its opposition to the proposal, according to Financial Times reports.
The sprawling, overextended empire of Corus Bancshares loans, many of them in Florida, is attracting interest from major distressed debt investors. Thomas Barrack, who first made his fortune in the aftermath of the savings and loan crisis; Barry Sternlicht, the man behind the Starwood empire; Jay Sugarman of iStar Financial, the public real estate giant; and New York developer Stephen Ross, sometimes called the King of Columbus Circle, in league with Lubert-Adler, a big property investor in Philadelphia, are all mentioned as possible buyers of these troubled loans and tattered projects.
Other traditional distressed debt investors had balked at the task of turning around the retailer's trade.
"Our survey identified some very large and experienced distressed debt investors sitting on piles of cash and waiting for opportunities to unfold, but almost 50 percent of our respondents were smaller investment groups allocating $100 million or less to distressed loan purchases."