Restructuring & Recapitalizations acquisitions of small, middle market, and larger real estate assets are within the realm of growth pending the assets intrinsic value meets numerous underwriting criteria as each asset is unique in nature. - We are actively interested in restructuring and recapitalizations opportunities as an acquirer stakeholder. DeNovus has observed the process of renegotiating credit facilities, obtaining covenant waivers/amendments, bank loans, second lien financing, rescue, mezzanine loans, strategic investments, and pre-packaged/prearranged chapter 11, and numerous other restructuring scenarios.
DIP Loans and Workouts
Debtor-In-Possession (DIP) financing is offered to entities that are undergoing financial distress and are in bankruptcy. This allows the company to remain in business during its reorganization. Workouts, on the other hand, are intended to help a borrower avoid foreclosure by creating a mutual agreement with the lender to renegotiate terms on a loan that is in default.