Kenneth A. Rosen
Creditor Compositions — Cheaper Than Bankruptcy
Compared with an in-court proceeding, a creditor composition agreement is much less costly. Here’s how to execute one successfully.
Weighing COVID-19 (and Other Macro Factors) in Bankruptcy Valuations
Failure to give proper weight to macroeconomic factors in fixing valuation may result in overpaying creditors or having insufficient working capital.
How to Respond When Your Banker Requests a Visit
Borrowers should not be surprised when their lender requests a “checkup,” financial review, or audit.
Retailers: Your Lenders Are Watching You
The key to survival in a recession is to anticipate a lender’s every move and every question.
Economic Woes Mean It’s Time to Understand Chief Restructuring Officers
Understanding the role of the chief restructuring officer has never been more important. Here’s what a CRO can and cannot do.
How to Use and Not Use Chapter 11 in Bad Economic Times
At the moment, the bankruptcy court may be an unfriendly place for impatient lenders.
When It’s Time to Hire a Chief Restructuring Officer
The chief restructuring officer's duties and degree of autonomy need to be crystal clear, or conflicts could develop.