Year in Review — Americas Webinars 2022

Year in Review — Americas Webinars 2022

Throughout the year, Reorg hosts webinars bringing together industry professionals to discuss themes in the performing, distressed, restructuring and post-reorg credit markets. Reorg's webinars cover topical credits and industry updates. They're produced by our reporters and analysts with selected external guests.Americas Webinars from 2022: Primary in the Eye of the Storm: Challenges and Opportunities in Leveraged Finance in a DownturnHot Topics in Crypto WinterWinter Came for Covid-Era Darlings? - Distress in Crypto and Tech Bausch's Remedies for Potential Patent Defeat & Creditor Angst Over B+L SpinPuerto Rico's Restructuring Endgame and BeyondRevlon - Chapter 11 Cases and Creditor DisputesCLO Considerations for Distressed InvestorsDiebold...

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Recent Reorg Podcasts

Recent Reorg Podcasts

Every week Reorg reporters and financial and legal analysts provide recaps, previews of what's to come, interviews with experts and deep dives on topical credit situations. We focus on issues affecting and impacting distressed debt, leveraged finance, direct lending, high yield, municipals, covenants, private credit, and more. You can listen to recent podcast episodes below, and follow Reorg on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, SoundCloud or Spotify to access all past and future episodes. Reorg Radio Americas: Avaya Inc., Clovis Oncology Inc., FTX, AIG Financial Products Corp.Dec. 16, 2022. Listen here. The Reorg Primary View: The Importance of Buying Assets and...

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Vedanta Resources Faces Tight Schedule to Prove Financial Ingenuity to Investors (Dec. 1 – Dec. 12)

In this column, Reorg editors and reporters take turns writing about trends in high yield, distressed debt, restructuring and bankruptcy in major Asian markets including China, South Asia and Southeast Asia. Any opinions or other views expressed in this column are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or views of Reorg or its owners. Send any question or concern you may have to asiaeditorial@reorg.com. Metals-to-mining company Vedanta Resources Ltd. (VRL) needs to come up with a quick, smart and sustainable solution to tackle its large and closely spaced debt maturities, estimated at about $4 billion for...

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Global Credit Highlights by Reorg

Global Credit Highlights by Reorg

Reorg's unique editorial approach combines legal and financial analysis with reporting for a holistic view on thousands of sub-investment grade credits from more than 100 countries. Reorg’s editorial leadership has selected the following list of the most compelling and topical situations on distressed debt, restructuring, leveraged finance, and more across our global coverage universe. For any suggestions, please email us at questions@reorg.com. In the Americas, markets ended the last week before Christmas in an unsettled state, with stocks falling and Treasury yields rising as market participants increasingly discounted the arrival of a recession in 2023 and the Federal Reserve’s aggressive rate...

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Reorg on the Record:Good news for investors, double-digit high yield is back…

Reorg on the Record:Good news for investors, double-digit high yield is back…

If you're not already receiving Reorg on the Record, sign up here: https://reorg.com/resources/reorg-on-the-record/ In these last few weeks of 2022 some European companies are taking advantage of a window in the primary market to issue debt to refi 2024, 2025 maturities or finance acquisitions. In the most telegraphed recession ever, management teams have the benefit of operating with some level of visibility and want to avoid surprises, hence dealing with maturities is key. The good news for investors is that double-digit high yield is back, House of HR will likely raise its senior secured bonds at over 10% yield, Parques...

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Replay — China’s Regulatory Stimulus, Impact on Real Estate Sector, HY

Replay — China’s Regulatory Stimulus, Impact on Real Estate Sector, HY

Since the second week of November, the Chinese government has released a slew of new policies and initiatives aimed at expanding access to financing for privately held real estate developers. Policy highlights include the so-called Second Arrow program to provide up to RMB 250 billion total financing and 16 measures from the central bank and the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission for supporting real estate companies. Asia’s high-yield market rallied following the unveiling of the policies, with China real estate bonds leading the rise. Will the new policies end China’s real estate crisis? How much will they help lift...

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