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The Upgrade Episode 12: Is the Distressed Strategy of Offering Creditors Less Than the Original Promise Effective?

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Listen: The Upgrade Episode 12: Is the Distressed Strategy of Offering Creditors Less Than the Original Promise Effective?

In this episode of The Upgrade podcast we discuss interesting research about the pace of speculative grade upgrades, default rates, and how often out-of-court restructurings are effective in avoiding an additional default or buying time to improve operations. 

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