100 senior investment managers unveil their distressed debt strategies for 2017 in the twelfth annual North American Distressed Debt Market Outlook.
With underwhelming GDP growth in the United States and concerns on the health of distressed businesses, investors are showing less enthusiasm to increase their capital allocations to distressed debt.
Debtwire’s twelfth annual North American Distressed Debt Market Outlook, produced in association with Cortland Capital, shows that the percentage of respondents planning to increase allocations to distressed debt dropped from 54% last year to 36% this year, and the percentage of respondents planning to decrease allocations nearly doubled from 11% to 21%.
The report also provides an in-depth review of emerging trends in the distressed debt markets, as well as insight into expectations for the North American distressed debt market in 2017.
Other key findings from the report include:
Read the full report below:
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