The Creditor’s Resource is a bankruptcy and restructuring blog for unsecured creditors. Corporate Recovery Associates, the publishers of this blog, is a leading national consulting firm to creditor’s committees that need to maximize the recovery of claims in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy matters. The author is Richard Feferman, the founder of Corporate Recovery Associates.
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CIT provides financing to over 1,000,000 small and mid-sized businesses. CIT provides more loans than any other lender under the Small Business Administrations most popular program. CIT is the provider of capital to America's small businesses. One...
CNNMoney.com reports credit insurer Euler Hermes ACI forecasts a 45% increase in bankruptcy filings in 2009. Banks are in danger as US business bankruptcies may be up sharply. The FDIC reports year over year charge-offs to commercial and...
Chelsea Emery of Reuters covers corporate bankruptcy and restructuring. On Reuters shop-talk blog, Chelsea reports that commercial bankruptcy filings in May were up sharply from the same month a year earlier. 7,514 bankruptcy petitions were filed for businesses in 2009 compared...
The president of a tire company called me to discuss what to do as a result of a customer going into Chapter 11. He asked what could he do that isn’t going to require him to come up with any cash, is not going to take much time, and has the potential to be very...
The president of a tire company called me to discuss what to do as a result of a customer going into chapter 11. He asked what could he do that isn’t going to require him to come up with any cash, is not going to take much time, and has the potential to be very...
Wall Street Journal columnist John Fund thinks a federal bailout [with conditions] will be negotiated. The state's revenues are in free fall and a budget deal is not expected to be approved next week by voters. In a video posted on the Wall Street...
MIT Professor Simon Johnson is a thought leader on the Global Economy. His blog The Baseline Scenario is a great resource for understanding today's financial crisis. Last week he presented his Global Economic Outlook to the Senate Budget Committee. I'm of the opinion that The Baseline...
Dear Sir: The goal of federally financed bailouts should only be to augment feasible plans of reorganization, not to prolong the life of businesses beyond hope. Bailout recipients should be required to devise and execute a feasible "Plan of Reorganization" as in Chapter 11 of the...
A couple of articles in the Wall Street Journal here and here are the basis for my bet that we are going see claims against Lehman's directors and officers insurance coverage. Perhaps even a fight over who is entitled to make claims against any policies. See Kimberly Melvin's article for...
We all know the housing bubble was inflated by easy credit and that market has become totally unhinged. The Credit Market's issues are far from being sorted out. Certainly this is not going to be resolved in the short term. I think it is a fairy tail to believe the same abundant levels of consumer...