Stressed and Distressed: Continuing to Manage the Financial Disruptions of the COVID-19 Economy

KMK Law Legal Update Webinar

As businesses continue to face disruptive financial consequences brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and economic shutdown, credit risks and defaults are on the rise across various economic sectors. We will provide an overview of some of the most anticipated credit risks and strategies for managing defaults in the COVID-19 world. This presentation will be comprised of two sessions.

Session One:

  • Provide advice on managing anticipated credit risks with respect to customers and vendors
  • Strategies for dealing with customer defaults
  • Provide an overview of bankruptcy issues and potential litigation that businesses may face as a result of customer/vendor bankruptcy filings

Session Two:

  • Examine mortgage loan default scenarios from lender and borrower perspectives under both a CMBS/REMIC type loan and a traditional commercial bank loan program
  • Discuss regulatory matters that may constrain a lender’s ability to
    restructure a loan
  • Delve into federal tax issues arising from cancellation of indebtedness
    as a result of a restructuring
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