ABF Journal’s March Bankruptcy Issue Is on Its Way to Subscribers
ABF Journal announced its March Bankruptcy Issue is on its way to subscribers.
In this issue, ABF Journal, along with the NYIC, speaks with U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin J. Carey, who discusses the shifting dynamics and new realities occurring in the Chapter 11 process.
Thomson Reuters’ Maria Dikeos offers her summary of ABL in the fourth quarter of 2011. She notes that ABL hit a record high last year, although it slowed in Q$ fueled by fears about the euro-zone debt crisis.
Tom Quindlen at GE Capital, Corporate Finance offers six advantages of financing with a specialty lender and Bank of America returns with its annual CFO outlook.
Associate editor Amanda Gutshall spoke with Amalgamated Capital and Klochko Equipment Rental in a return of a previous ABF Journal offering, Anatomy of a Deal. In this case, an open and honest relationship proved key to originating the right financing to meet the equipment rental company’s needs.
Stuart Papavassiliou, senior editor, sat down with ABL industry veteran Andrew Moser to discusses the innovative approaches he uses with his team in launching Salus Capital Partners.
And that’s not all. As in every issue of ABF Journal, there are a variety of articles in the turnaround, factoring, bankruptcy and legal sections.
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