Thursday, February 6 | 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
1.0 CLE accredited in Delaware and Pennsylvania; other jurisdictions pending
1.2 CPE credits available in Specialized Knowledge
As the economy continues its seemingly endless run, and as investment dollars continue to search for viable and unique opportunities in an overly frothy market, investors are starting to think about the next market turn. More and more, investors are actively tightening up less healthy investments, exiting positions more vulnerable to a downturn, beefing up their restructuring skills, focusing their efforts on counter-cyclical industries, and generally positioning themselves for a market correction. Are such preparations premature, or is the market already showing signs of strain or cooling? Are such “restructuring” efforts likely to spawn valuable pockets of market disruption, or are they merely masking distress underneath a seemingly strong market? And will so much cash waiting to be deployed over a prolonged period of time buffer any impact of a down cycle, or will it create a wealth of potential yield with too few players left to participate? Hear from leading investors and distressed players as they discuss their year in review, their current market outlook, the tangible downcycle preparations they are taking now, and their predictions for the likely impact of any kind of market correction or sustained market growth.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of financial and operational restructuring
Who Should Attend: All restructuring professionals are welcome
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Live
Ross Bruck, TPG Sixth Street Partners
Kenneth Chan, Macquarie Group
Carolyn Glick, BlackRock | Tennenbaum Capital Partners
Jeff White, Skyview Capital Partners LLC
Moderated by Marianne Mortimer Martin, Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP
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