Investors Said To Favor Bulk Non-Performing Loan Sales

Investors appear to prefer banks that offer bulk sale of non-performing loans than those that do not. “Institutional investors are clearly favoring those that are more aggressive in getting their metrics in order.

  • 18 Jan 2012
Investors appear to prefer banks that offer bulk sale of non-performing loans than those that do not. “Institutional investors are clearly favoring those that are more aggressive in getting their metrics in order. They would prefer to see progress sooner than later,” according to Jason O'Donnell, an analyst ...

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