Gordian Perspectives for June 2020

July 6, 2020

Stock market and economy disconnect? The consumer is defining reality. Plus, Apocalypse Soon, Part II. Can central banks continue to “manage” inflation?

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Gordian Group President Peter Kaufman – Rural and Inner City Hospitals are Not Getting Funds They Need | Yahoo! Finance

June 20, 2020

Peter Kaufman, Gordian Group President joins Yahoo! Finance’s On The Move panel to weigh in on the latest healthcare and hospital bailouts as well as Hertz’s failed attempt to raise $500M in equity in bankruptcy due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Gordian Perspectives for May 2020

June 8, 2020

Apocalypse soon? In the current environment, there clearly is nothing resembling certainty.  But the probability of seeing stagflation this decade is increasing.

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VIDEO Interview: Covid-19 Shutdown: How should family offices react to newly distressed investments?

June 1, 2020

Video interview with Gordian Group’s Peter S. Kaufman on how Family Offices should react to distressed investments during COVID-19 pandemic.

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On Demand Webinar: Peter Kaufman a Panelist on McDermott Will & Emery Distressed Healthcare Panel

May 26, 2020

Gordian Group’s Peter Kaufman on how PE Firms should think about Workouts and Restructuring in today’s healthcare environment in light of COVID-19.

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Gordian Perspectives for April 2020

May 7, 2020

Is globalization on the rocks and can the U.S. decouple from China? Also, what ways can you and your board take advantage of distressed corporate situations?

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Debt Restructuring. Why Not Give the Company to Creditors?

April 13, 2020

Some will tell you that a distressed company belongs to the creditors. Should you just hand them the keys and move on or consider debt restructuring?

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The World Has Changed for Private Equity Firms

April 10, 2020

There is a whole new generation of private equity professionals who, heretofore, have known a business and economic environment where the living is easy: economic growth; artificially low interest rates; fawning lenders competing for their firm’s patronage and, relatedly, covenants that are incredibly generous. Things have changed fast and private equity firms need to pivot.

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Gordian Perspectives for March 2020

April 2, 2020

Deja (CLO) Collateralized Loan Obligations All Over Again. Storm clouds are gathering over the CLO market. Restructuring within the Cannabis industry.

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Will Limited Partners Have Limited Understanding?

March 23, 2020

Will Limited Partners Have Limited Understanding? Advising Private Equity Firms in This Crisis We are going through tumultuous, uncharted times.  Many Private Equity firms are being pressed to come up with a coherent battle plan with incomplete and constantly-changing information. … Read more

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Private Equity in the Time of Coronavirus

March 17, 2020

Private Equity in the Time of Coronavirus Advising Private Equity Firms in This Crisis The past couple of weeks have been game-changing.  The Coronavirus pandemic, the prospect of a full-blown recession and an earthquake in the capital markets have precipitated … Read more

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Gordian Perspectives for February 2020

March 6, 2020

Family Offices and direct investment in middle market deals. Does big oil have a do-or-die decade ahead because of climante change? And, are we in a “valuation bubble”?

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Ways Private Equity Firms Can Deal With Distressed Debt

February 27, 2020

Real world scenarios that private equity firms can consider when navigating a distressed debt situation in a portfolio company.

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Energy Sector in a Financial Crisis. Déjà Vu All Over Again

February 20, 2020

The energy sector is facing disruption and innovation. In this post we provide some insights on the challenges facing the exploration and production market.

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