Share 'Investing in Commercial Non-Performing Notes Part IV: The Threat of Bankruptcy and The Risk of Cram Down'
By Bob Bright, Esq.
In part two of this series, I briefly touched upon bankruptcy as one of the risks that should be assessed when considering investing in a non-performing note.
For most investors, their immediate goal upon acquiring a non-performing note is to either: 1) flip the note quickly and capture the spread; 2) recover the asset and sell it or hold it; or 3) workout the default with t…
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