If you have ever ridden in a taxi in New York, Chicago, or Boston, chances are that your cab’s government permit was financed by a company called Medallion Financial. While the taxicab medallion financing kingpin was flush with cash

Much ink has been spilled this campaign season about the influence of Wall Street on both major party U.S. presidential candidates. The truth behind the headlines, however, is that the top executives in at least one powerful asset class

Just five months ago, Fieldwood Energy investors agreed on a comprehensive recapitalization deal that helped preserve the company’s dwindling liquidity position. Fieldwood’s second lien holders provided new money and took part in a debt exchange that was designed

A $40 billion time-bomb threatening the Gulf Hundreds of stakeholders in the Gulf of Mexico oil and gas sector huddled in a Louisiana movie theater on a late August morning to hear about a USD 40bn problem. This problem had