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We note with dismay that the distressed debt investors, who paid pennies on the dollar to acquired Nortel bonds after the commencement of the CCAA proceedings, are still pursuing outrageous interest claims that will allow them to reap windfall profits at the expense of the pensioners, their survivors and the disabled.
Instead of selling repositioned real estate into an improving market, many distressed debt investors are finding they are faced with holding on to mortgages with rates of interest fixed at lower-than-original contract rates.
Distressed debt investors normally buy debt of troubled companies at a discount and aim to make money by restructuring their operations and liquidating the debt at par.
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.
Other traditional distressed debt investors had balked at the task of turning around the retailer's trade.
Similarly, the explosive growth of the European distressed debt market is attracting the attention of both Euro and international distressed debt investors as they search for yield.