February 8th, 2012 at 8:00 am

 Live Virtual Experience

About The Conference

iGlobal Forum was pleased to announce the 3rd Global Distressed Debt Investing Summit which took place on February 8th, 2012 in New York City.  As the distressed debt market navigates through the evolving changes in the economy, new types of deals and opportunities are opening up for prospective investors.  Now more than ever, the expanding distressed debt field is of great interest on a global stage as Europe’s debt market continues growing and outperforming the US.  With the recent European credit crisis strongly affecting worldwide markets, it also provided a new outlook and opportunities in a number of different sectors.  The upcoming Summit provided attendees the chance to explore opportunities in the major sectors such as real estate, structured credit investing, the wavering Maturity Wall, and more.  The Summit also presented a pre-conference workshop on company turnaround and restructuring, and create the perfect platform for networking and face-to face discussions with the leading Distressed Fund Managers, Private Equity Fund Managers, Hedge Fund Managers, M&A and Turnaround Advisors, Investment Bankers, Bankruptcy Advisors, Loan Originators, Debt Providers, and Rating Agencies.

Key Topics Covered

  • The State of the Capital Markets and their Impact on Distressed Debt
  • The Continued Rise of the European Debt Market
  • How will the Market React to Credit Contractions?
  • Outlook on Distressed Debt Real Estate
  • Performance of Different Asset Classes and Structured Credit Investing
  • Turmoil in the Market and Risk Management Techniques
  • Looming Maturities and the Maturity Wall
  • Opportunities in Local Products and US Bankruptcies
  • Economic Uncertainty and Projections on a Double-dip Recession

Network With Leading

  • Distressed Fund Managers
  • Private Equity Fund Managers
  • Hedge Fund Managers
  • Lawyers
  • M&A and Turnaround Advisors
  • Investment Bankers
  • Bankruptcy Advisors
  • Loan Originators
  • Debt Providers
  • Rating Agencies