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Valuation of Small Promissory Notes

Privately held promissory notes (typically $0 to $10 million) need to be valued for gift/estate, tax, and related party transactions. However, bonds from publicly traded companies are not comparable because publicly traded companies are large, diversified, and represent much less risk. Note buyers typically discount the outstanding balance of privately held notes to yield a return of 12% to 20% depending on the collateral and other risk factors. Since corporate bonds yield around 4% to ...

In Allocation Dispute Related to § 363 Sale, Bankruptcy Court Bridges Experts’ Value Gaps

Bankruptcy court performs allocation analysis to divide proceeds from section 363 asset sale between two competing lenders, finding debtor’s intellectual property is most valuable asset; court notes that, at time of sale, debtor was neither healthy going concern nor subject of forced liquidation.

In re Aerogroup International, Inc.

Bankruptcy court performs allocation analysis to divide proceeds from section 363 asset sale between two competing lenders, finding debtor’s intellectual property is most valuable asset; court notes that, at time of sale, debtor was neither healthy going concern nor subject of forced liquidation.

Creditors’ Valuation Spoils Diminution in Value Claim

Ruling on the adequate protection claim of junior secured noteholders (JSNs) in a complex bankruptcy proceeding, court finds JSNs failed to prove a diminution in the value of their cash collateral during case; flawed assumptions and inputs invalidate the ...

In re Residential Capital, LLC

Ruling on the adequate protection claim of junior secured noteholders (JSNs) in a complex bankruptcy proceeding, court finds JSNs failed to prove a diminution in the value of their cash collateral during case; flawed assumptions and inputs invalidate the ...

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