Distressed Credit Investing Includes … By: NEIL S. SISKIND

Distressed Credit Investing Includes:

Buying and collecting or foreclosing on a non-performing credit instrument, such as a promissory note, for a profitable ROI upon collection or upon monetizing collateral;
and
Buying and restructuring a non-performing credit instrument so that the borrower can continue operating, with the investor receiving an acceptable yield;
and
Investing/lending capital into a company that is in arrears on a credit instrument to bring it into compliance, with the investor receiving acceptable security and yield, and/or a big future profit potential through equity.

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