Distressed Investor definition

Distressed Investor means an entity whose principal investment strategy includes engaging in the purchase of loans or other debt securities with a view to gaining control of the business that has borrowed or issued those loans or other debt securities including without any limitation any of the investors listed in Schedule 9 (Distressed Investors).
Distressed Investor means a loan to own fund, vulture fund, distressed debt fund or any other entity (including a business group within a bank or financial institution) which is established for or principally invests in distressed debt (or any similar fund or entity).
Distressed Investor means any loan-to-own fund, vulture fund, hedge fund or distressed debt fund, any other entity (including a business group within a bank or financial institution) which is established for or principally invests in distressed debt (or any similar fund or entity), or any fund or entity similar to any of the foregoing but excluding the Original Lender (in its capacity as such and in respect of its Own Account Commitment (as defined in Clause 39.5 (Disenfranchisement of Conflicted Lenders, Distressed Investors and Non-Responding Lenders)) provided that a bank or financial institution shall not constitute a “Distressed Investor” solely by virtue of any restructuring or workout desk within such bank or financial institution, which shall be treated as separate from the other business groups of such bank or financial institution.

Examples of Distressed Investor in a sentence

Goldschmid, Note, More Phoenix than Vulture: The Case for Distressed Investor Presence in the Bankruptcy Reorganization Process, 2005 COLUM.

Goldschmid, More Phoenix Than Vulture: The Case for Distressed Investor Presence in the Bankruptcy Reorganization Process, 2005 COLUM.

Goldschmid, More Phoenix than Vulture: The Case for Distressed Investor Presence in the Bankruptcy Reorganization Process, 2005 COLUM.

Goldschmid, More Phoenix than Vulture: The Case for Distressed Investor Presence in the Bankruptcy Reorganization Process, 191 COLUM.

The Increase Lender confirms that it is not an Obligor or an Affiliate of an Obligor and is not a Conflicted Lender, a Defaulting Lender or a Distressed Investor.