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Case Determines Appropriate Rate in Chapter 13 Cases Since United States Supreme Court decisions in Bankruptcy cases are rare, practitioners take notice when a decision is is-sued. By the slim margin of 5 to 4, the Supreme Court recently held that the appropriate interest rate to compensate a secured creditor for the present value of a stream of deferred payments in a Chapter 13 case is the ...

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Analysis of Fraudulent Conveyance Actions

Analysis of Fraudulent Conveyance Actions

many trustees and creditor plaintiffs seeking recov-ery in bankruptcy court. Various state and federal courts have accepted the use of “badges of fraud” analyses to assist in proving intent in these matters. Constructive fraud focuses on transfers where the estate received “less than reasonably equivalent . value” in exchange for the transfer. Such a transfer may be considered a ...

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Credit risk Collateral damage

Credit risk Collateral damage

Recov , , , ,ery Min Collateral that is LGD Max Collateral ... CreditMetrics first determines obligor default and then indepen-dently determines LGD. Any risk in recovery is purely idiosyncratic, equiv- alent to forcing q = 0. CreditRisk+ assumes LGD is a known amount. The variance of recovery is zero, equivalent to forcing s= 0 . The capital model presented here can mimic these models. If q ...

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Blakeley & Blakeley LLP THE TRADE VENDOR QUARTERLY

Blakeley & Blakeley LLP THE TRADE VENDOR QUARTERLY

assessment, a credit executive determines appropriate credit terms. Should that cus-tomer file bankruptcy, the established credit terms, and whether the debtor honored those terms, are central issues as to whether you may prevail with an ordinary course of business defense. Equally important, yet sometimes overlooked by creditors, is the burden to

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Estimating the Impact of Fast-Tracking Foreclosures in ...

Estimating the Impact of Fast-Tracking Foreclosures in ...

of the creditor or taxing authority to take the home through the foreclosure process, and as such gain no benefi t from its use. Lenders receive no benefi t from the judicial foreclosure process above the benefi ts they would receive through a nonjudicial process. These deadweight losses—costs without corresponding ben-efi ts—are what legislatures in judicial foreclosure states have ...

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AnAtomy of A BAnk fAilure

AnAtomy of A BAnk fAilure

bank’s assets into cash in the least costly manner and maximize the recov-ery of its assets to the receivership. FDIC operates receiverships efficiently, spreads common overhead over multiple receiverships and is able to assure more consistent application of rules and regulations. Prompt protection of depositors is valued over more generalized objectives that every creditor is entitled to ...

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Drafting Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts

Drafting Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts

Otherwise, a creditor may claim that the transfer to pro-tect an asset is a "fraudulent con-veyance." This is not a criminal concept, but rather a civil action to. 8 void a transfer. The essence of asset protection planning is preventing transfers of assets from being deemed fraudulent transfers by a court. However, asset protection planning cannot be used to illegally evade U.S. income taxes ...

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Paid for New Value Really Does Count: An Update on the New ...

Paid for New Value Really Does Count: An Update on the New ...

satisfied the “greater than Chapter 7 liquidation recov-ery” requirement, notwithstanding the trade creditor’s asserted perfected security interest in the goods it had sold to the debtor. However, it was not all doom and gloom for the creditor: the court upheld the applicabil-ity of the new value defense that eliminated most of the creditor’s preference exposure, despite the debtor’s ...

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Mozambique

Mozambique

As a general rule, the creditor right in rem determines the type of security created. Immovable property or real es-tate and moveable assets subject to registration such as vehicles, vessels and aircrafts are mortgaged, whilst movable assets that cannot be mortgaged and rights (such as shareholdings) are pledged. Other available instruments include surety, debt confession, right of reten-tion ...

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No. 13-304 In the Supreme Court of the United States

No. 13-304 In the Supreme Court of the United States

discretion, determines to be burdensome.” 12 U.S.C. 1821(e)(1)(B). Acting pursuant to that authority, the FDIC repudiated all severance agreements with Meri-tor employees, based upon its determination that “the payment of any and all severance claims would further 3 burden a banking institution in financial ruin.” McCarron . v. FDIC, 111 F.3d 1089, 1094 (3d Cir. 1997), cert. denied, 522 ...

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usiness aluation pdate - Milbank LLP

usiness aluation pdate - Milbank LLP

often determines which creditors will get recov-eries, and which ones will be left empty-handed. A plan of reorganization (which will include a total enterprise value of the reorganized busi-ness) can, therefore, rise or fall based on the court’s assessment of the reliability and appro-priateness of the valuation.

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