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What does DDI stand for?

DDI stands for Distressed Debt Investors

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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.
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 Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review Restructuring & Turnaround Summit will convene top turnaround specialists, bankruptcy attorneys, private equity and distressed debt investors and other industry experts for one day of in-depth discussions on distressed debt fundraising, investment, deal flow, liquidity and returns.
The sprawling, overextended empire of Corus Bancshares loans, many of them in Florida, is attracting interest from major distressed debt investors.
The Liberia deal is the first successful debt buyback in which most of the debt was held by hedge funds and other distressed debt investors rather than by the original creditors, the World Bank noted.