Superstar Investor Maria Boyazny: U.S. In Danger Of A Steep Liquidity Cliff Beyond The Fiscal Cliff

Maria Boyazny, Founder and CEO of MB Global Partners, sits calmly at her West 57th street office considering my questions. It may be obvious to Boyazny but it is baffling to me. I ask her about how one should go about investing.....

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Hedge Funds’ 5 Most Influential Women

By industry estimates, about $2 trillion is invested in global hedge funds. And as anyone familiar with Wall Street should know, the lion’s share of that cash is managed by men.But women are carving out a bigger piece of the hedge fund world.According to The Hedge Fund....

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50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds

In early 2010 just 3% of global hedge fund assets of $1.5 trillion were estimated to be managed by women, according to Finalternatives, a publication itself founded by a woman, Deidre Brennan Today we think that estimate greatly understates the true and growing extent of women’s role in hedge....



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Milken Panel Asks: Where Are the Deals?

The lineup included Anthony Armstrong, the co-head of Americas mergers and acquisitions for Credit Suisse; Maria Boyazny, the chief of MB Global Partners; James Casey, co-head of global debt capital markets for JPMorgan, Securities; Tilman J. Fertitta, the chief of the restaurant giant Landry's; and Raymond McGuire, Citigroup's global head....

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Private Equity's Women to Watch: Fifteen Female Influencers

This month Private Equity Analyst kicks off , the first of a three-part profile series that highlights women to watch in the private equity industry. Over the past decade, more women have climbed to the senior ranks at their respective firms, thanks to their business acumen, deal-making ability and management skills....

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2014 Predictions: Maria Boyazny, MB Global Partners

The US and global economies benefitted from multiple liquidity injections on the part of central banks over the course of the financial crisis and subsequent recovery. With the Federal Reserve’s decision to start tapering in full effect, market participants will have to take continued technical market strength....



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Buyouts Beat - Five Questions With...

This will be a decade of credits, a. I've been studying credits for the prior decade. I wanted to create a platform to capitalize on the fallout from the financial crisis across rnany asset categories, such as conDorate debt, residential mortgage debt, overleveraged financial institutions and overleveraged government balance sheets....



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Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review Roundtable : Scoping For Distress

Bankruptcy attorneys, turnaround experts and distressed investors are part of the regular retinue of sources for our stories, but their insights on the wider outlook are usually discarded from stories about specific companies or cases. At the same time, conference panels Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy.....

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DEBT'S DARK ANGEL High-risk at $1.2T

vestment-grade loans and sold them off to investors have fallen out of favor since the financial crisis Companies faced a similar test in '08 and '09, but they managed to stave of a crisis because the banks — thanks to government stimulus money — were willing to re-structure a big chunk of the debt They refinanced...

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Is that a bailout in your pocket?

There was an awkward moment of tension at the Milken Global Conference in Los Angeles, when a buysider on one panel asked a Wall Street banker whether he had pocketed taxpayers’ bailout cash. The tit-for -tat began when several panelists at the “Outlook for M&A” session began griping about the U.S. government’s tax policy, which they said dissuades....

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Maria Boyazny Predicts Prices for Credit Assets Will Be Volatile in 2nd Half of2012 and 2013

LOS ANGELES, May 1, 2012/PRNewswirel -- Maria Boyazny, Founder and CEO of MB Global Partners, speaking at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Los Angeles, predicted today that prices for many credit assets will be volatile for the next two years . "More negative news will continue to come...

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A U.S. Default? Bankruptcy Experts Say No

Take two bankruptcy attorneys, one investment banker and a distressed-debt investor and you should end up with a pretty good body of expertise for reading the warning signs of default. Aspar of Daily Bankruptcy Review's annual roundtable held at our offices in New York City, we canvassed opinions on the ris....

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