As the president of the NextGen board for the Turnaround Management Association, Ryan Gross has already established himself not only in the turnaround field, but also as someone who will help lead the industry into the future.
Eric Chafetz and Lindsay Sklar of Lowenstein Sandler examine the decision in In re Sklar Expl. Co., LLC, a case which dealt with Section 503(b)(9) of Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and how it relates to trade creditors that supply both goods and services to financially distressed customers.
In part one of a series on improving corporate social responsibility, Brittany Hooper of LSQ looks at diversity, equity and inclusion in the supply chain and how working capital solutions like supply chain finance can help create more diverse, efficient and equitable supply chains.
For decades, private equity investors have taken distressed assets through a process to divorce them from subordinate liens. An analogous, lender-initiated process (the UCC Article 9 restructuring) clears up the traditional bottleneck in bank-to-ABL transitions, ultimately leading to the next evolution of the take-out relationship.
After more than two decades building FSW Funding, Robyn Barrett sold the prominent factoring firm to Oxford Commercial Finance this past spring. Even with the sale, Barrett is still committed to growing the company and maintaining her people, all while taking on new opportunities.
MidCap Business Credit expanded its product offerings this year by launching MidCap Equipment Finance. Led by Saurin Shah, a co-founder of Nations Equipment Finance (now SLR Equipment Finance), the new business aims to help MidCap become a one-stop financing partner for the middle market.
Sometimes the simplest things make the biggest differences. Lawrence Gardner explains why the most successful turnarounds are built on strong leadership and outlines the specific aspects of leadership that must be displayed to replicate such results.
In a case study of the recent decision in the Bailey Tool & Manufacturing Company bankruptcy case, Theresa Driscoll of Moritt Hock & Hamroff provides best practices for lenders to pursuit repayment without risking lender liability.