U.S. Investors Said To Eye European Distressed Debt

U.S. hedge funds and private equity funds will likely pour more money into European distressed debt as returns in the U.S. dwindle, predicts, Mark Unferth, head of distressed debt at CQS U.K.

  • 07 Apr 2011
U.S. hedge funds and private equity funds will likely pour more money into European distressed debt as returns in the U.S. dwindle, predicts, Mark Unferth, head of distressed debt at CQS U.K. Among these are Oaktree Capital Management and HSBC Alternative Investments, whichhave already announced plans to ...

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