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Friday, 22 February 2019

Aaron Weinman' s stories

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  • A diabetes patient has her pulse checked by a diabetes specialist doctor during a medical check-up at a hospital in Beijing, China.

    Distressed debt funds eye healthcare

    Top News | 15 February 2019

    Managers of distressed debt funds in the US are touting investment opportunities in the healthcare services space, as heightened competition and aging infrastructure take a toll on the companies’ ability to service their debt.

  • Pemex scouts market for up to US$7bn

    Loans | 15 February 2019

    Oil producer Petroleos Mexicanos is in talks with lenders to potentially raise up to US$7bn in bank financing this year in a bid to circumvent bond investors that demand a higher premium due to Mexico’s political uncertainty and a recent ratings downgrade.

  • Investors eye distressed debt as leverage piles up

    Loans | 08 February 2019

    Investors concerned about increasing levels of corporate leverage in the market are approaching banks and asset managers for more distressed investment opportunities, as they seek out greater yields and predict further bankruptcy filings in the coming months.

  • PE eyes LatAm infrastructure buys

    PE eyes LatAm infrastructure buys

    Top News | 08 February 2019

    Global institutional investors are circling a swathe of energy-related infrastructure assets in Latin America to increase their exposure to a region rife with uncertainties but offering greater returns than those in more developed markets.

  • ABLs move to forefront in distressed financing

    Loans | 08 February 2019

    Asset-based loans are moving to the forefront of distressed financing situations as borrowers seek to shift from cash-flow-linked loans to lock up debt backed by collateral.

  • Employees of Pacific Gas & Electric work in the aftermath of the Camp Fire in Paradise

    PG&E seeks to put out fires in court

    Ticker | 01 February 2019

    California utility PG&E filed the largest bankruptcy case in more than a decade, but rather than scurry away, some of its largest creditors continued to build positions throughout its capital structure.

  • Vale

    Lenders go slow on Vale's US$3bn loan

    Top News | 01 February 2019

    Lenders in discussions with Brazilian mining company Vale over a potential US$3bn revolving credit facility are expected to hold off launching a new loan for the miner in the aftermath of the January 25 collapse of a tailings dam at the company’s Corrego do Feijao mine. The collapse of the dam has resulted in more than 84 deaths with hundreds more missing.

  • Employees of Pacific Gas & Electric work in the aftermath of the Camp Fire in Paradise

    PG&E seeks to put out fires in court

    Top News | 01 February 2019

    California utility PG&E filed the largest bankruptcy case in more than a decade, but rather than scurry away some of its largest creditors continued to build positions throughout its capital structure.

  • Engie, CDPQ eye US$8bn loans for Petrobras pipeline

    Loans | 25 January 2019

    French electric utility Engie and Canadian pension fund Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ) are raising a loan of up to US$8bn to back the purchase of a natural gas pipeline system in Brazil from state-owned oil company Petrobras.

  • Employees of Pacific Gas & Electric work in the aftermath of the Camp Fire in Paradise

    PG&E misses bond payment as default looms

    Top News | 18 January 2019

    PG&E skipped an interest payment on one of its bonds on Tuesday after the struggling California utility said it planned to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy before the end of the month.

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