Perspectives on Distressed Debt
Addressing a shift in the market
The economic downturn forced many financial institutions to face serious questions about their debt portfolios. While tackling significant loan challenges, some of these institutions have also had to deal with the added pressures of new industry regulations and investor expectations.
Watch, Listen, Learn
Watch the following video, featuring our subject specialists, to learn unique concerns associated with distressed debt, how a regional bank tackled the issue head-on, and what may be next for lenders as we transition from a period focused on credit quality to one focused on earnings and growth.
Meet our subject matter specialists that are featured in the video above:
- David Williams, CEO, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP.
- Constantine Korologos, Managing Director, Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC*.
- Matt Kimmel, Principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP.
- Tom Kaylor, Principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP.
Distressed real estate - Beyond the downturn
Winding the clock back a few years, some considered real estate to be a sure-fire asset. But the recession certainly changed that tune. And even as the U.S. and global economies have improved, real estate sales continue to be depressed. What aspects of the market have fundamentally changed, and what aspects are simply cyclical? Learn more about the real estate landscape by listening to the "Distressed real estate - Beyond the downturn" episode of Deloitte Insights.
Distressed Debt - Stepping back from the corporate debt cliff: Potential strategies for the middle market
Middle-market companies are standing at the edge of a debt maturity cliff. Record volumes of corporate debt were issued in 2006 and 2007, and $450 billion in mid-market maturities are coming due between now and 2014. This article examines the refinancing challenges facing the middle market and offers potential strategies to help these companies deal with maturing debt.
Access a report examining the growing realities of today’s evolving lending landscape that provides insight into what lenders and borrowers must do to navigate the ongoing credit crisis.
This report explores recent industry survey results addressing evolving sources of capital, factors affecting real estate valuations including rising unemployment and vacancy levels, falling sales volumes, increasing capitalization rates, and higher asset yield requirements, along with insight into some pockets of prosperity.
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