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Bankruptcy investing: how to profit from distressed companies

By: Branch, Ben.
Contributor(s): Ray, Hugh [Author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington Beard Books 2007Edition: 4th.Description: xiii, 310 p. Include index.ISBN: 9781587982910.Subject(s): Bankruptcy | Business enterprises - Finance | Investments | Business failures - Law and legislationDDC classification: 332.750973 Summary: This well-documented tome is essential reading for the serious, knowledgeable bankruptcy investor who would like guidance toward a profitable investment strategy. Publisher Comments Whether you are a sophisticated investor or a novice in the field of bankruptcy investing, this revised, updated version has everything you need to know about investing in distressed companies. While the book does not purport to give specific legal or investment advice, the astute reader will gain an in-depth understanding of the bankruptcy process itself and the players involved, as well as concepts and evaluation methods that can reap some impressive rewards in this risky, but potentially lucrative endeavor. This topical and comprehensive resource is unique in that it provides the only extensive source material that effectively combines the legal and financial processes of bankruptcy investing into a coherent structure - a combination essential to understand for successful bankruptcy investing. From the back cover blurb: The investment mania of the 1990s is history. The resulting financial hangover has been accompanied by a record number of bankrupt and near-bankrupt companies. Many of these "fallen angels" won't die - they'll reorganize. Ben Branch and Hugh Ray, both experts in the legal and financial aspects of bankruptcy investing, have provided a topical and easily understood handbooks explaining how bankruptcy can affect a corporation and its capital structure. Bankruptcy Investing should be required reading for all managers and investors who want to understand and profit from this inefficient and poorly understood process. From the promotional flyer: Investment implications are studied for companies in different stages of financial distress -- companies going through formal workout, informal workout, Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The authors have studied the results of companies in Chapter 11 reorganizations and well-times investments in those companies. Numerous case examples provide illuminating models.... The wealth of resource material provides guidance to cut through the Gordian knot of complex processes as well as practical tips on investment information sources. The extensive glossary of relevant terms is excellent. This well-documented tome is essential reading for the serious, knowledgeable bankruptcy investor who would like guidance in developing a profitable investment program. http://www.beardbooks.com/beardbooks/bankruptcy_investing_2007.html
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Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. Inside the Bankruptcy Process
Chapter 2. Investing in Bankruptcies
Chapter 3. Bankruptcy / Reorganization Examples
Chapter 4. Additional Bankruptcy Case Studies
Chapter 5. Estimating Bankruptcy Values
Chapter 6. Quantitative Analysis of High Yield Securities
Chapter 7. Qualitative Aspects of High - Yield Securities Analysis
Chapter 8. Types of Securities
Chapter 9. The Determinants of Yields
Glossary
Index

This well-documented tome is essential reading for the serious, knowledgeable bankruptcy investor who would like guidance toward a profitable investment strategy.

Publisher Comments

Whether you are a sophisticated investor or a novice in the field of bankruptcy investing, this revised, updated version has everything you need to know about investing in distressed companies. While the book does not purport to give specific legal or investment advice, the astute reader will gain an in-depth understanding of the bankruptcy process itself and the players involved, as well as concepts and evaluation methods that can reap some impressive rewards in this risky, but potentially lucrative endeavor.

This topical and comprehensive resource is unique in that it provides the only extensive source material that effectively combines the legal and financial processes of bankruptcy investing into a coherent structure - a combination essential to understand for successful bankruptcy investing.

From the back cover blurb:

The investment mania of the 1990s is history. The resulting financial hangover has been accompanied by a record number of bankrupt and near-bankrupt companies. Many of these "fallen angels" won't die - they'll reorganize.

Ben Branch and Hugh Ray, both experts in the legal and financial aspects of bankruptcy investing, have provided a topical and easily understood handbooks explaining how bankruptcy can affect a corporation and its capital structure. Bankruptcy Investing should be required reading for all managers and investors who want to understand and profit from this inefficient and poorly understood process.

From the promotional flyer:

Investment implications are studied for companies in different stages of financial distress -- companies going through formal workout, informal workout, Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The authors have studied the results of companies in Chapter 11 reorganizations and well-times investments in those companies. Numerous case examples provide illuminating models.... The wealth of resource material provides guidance to cut through the Gordian knot of complex processes as well as practical tips on investment information sources. The extensive glossary of relevant terms is excellent. This well-documented tome is essential reading for the serious, knowledgeable bankruptcy investor who would like guidance in developing a profitable investment program.


http://www.beardbooks.com/beardbooks/bankruptcy_investing_2007.html

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