Categoria: Internacionais

Social Empowerment – The Start of a New Era Abstract History of society is marked by exploitation, where people have always been the losers. However, societies are in the beginning of a new era of a major socio-political paradigmatic change. Societies no longer trust the current power structure (and its incumbents) where they have been […]

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É com satisfação que nós do IBGT convidamos a todos a participarem do Seminário Internacional INSOL a ser realizado na Cidade do México, terça-feira, 1 março 2016. Local: Hyatt Regency Hotel, Campos Elíseos No. 204 Col. Polanco Chapultepec, Cidade do México Data limite para inscrição antecipada: 18 de janeiro de 2016 O número de inscrições é […]

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Fabio Rosas – Restructuring Committee Jorge Queiroz – Council Chairman IBGT Special thanks to: Renata de Almeida Lutke The Brazilian Bankruptcy Law of 2005 (“BBL”) establishes three major mechanisms that may apply to troubled businesses: (i) bankruptcy as forced liquidation, (ii) in-court reorganization, and (iii) out-of-court reorganization. For the purpose of the present paper, we […]

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(Reuters) – The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is accusing Goldman Sachs Group Inc of committing fraud in a complicated transaction involving securities known as collateralized debt obligations. The particular deal that Goldman entered into with Paulson and others was called ABACUS 2007-AC1. Here’s how the deal worked, according to the SEC’s complaint: 1) Hedge […]

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc was charged with fraud by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over its marketing of a subprime mortgage product, igniting a battle between Wall Street’s most powerful bank and the nation’s top securities regulator. The civil lawsuit is the biggest crisis in years for a company that faced criticism over its […]

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How Private Equity Could Rev Up the U.S. Economy Two out of five private equity firms will disappear. The rest will feast off the financial wreckage By Peter Carbonara and Jessica Silver-Greenberg Business Week Donald B. Marron, founder of the $3 billion private equity firm Lightyear Capital, has been eyeing financial wreckage for more than […]

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The Impact of the Chrysler Bankruptcy RGE Analyst Team | May 8, 2009 On April 30, Chrysler filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection from its current creditors.  As such, Chrysler will be able to operate as a going concern, while the company renegotiates its debt structure and other obligations.  The U.S. government has described Chrysler’s […]

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General Motors – Distressed Debt Exchange Offer ($27b) General Motors has announced it is commencing public exchange offers for $27 billion of its unsecured public notes. General Motors Nova Scotia Finance Company, a subsidiary of GM, is jointly making the exchange offers with GM with respect to its pound sterling denominated notes. The exchange offers […]

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Lenders Appear To Be Driving Chrysler To Bankruptcy Joann Muller April DETROIT -Just hours after President Barack Obama told the nation he was hopeful Chrysler would become viable and that it might be able to avoid bankruptcy, talks between his automotive task force and lenders reportedly broke down, raising the likelihood of a Chapter 11 […]

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M&A: A Smart Strategy in a Down Economy The general thinking is to hunker down and avoid acquisitions in a recession. But economic gray days offer golden opportunities By Frank Aquila     Not surprisingly, the pace of merger activity in 2008-09 has slowed dramatically as compared with recent years. Excluding a few mega deals, […]

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