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Financing and Valuation Issues in the Wake of Dodd-Frank Act to Be Examined at Valcon 2011 Conference

Contact: John Hartgen
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FINANCING AND VALUATION ISSUES IN THE WAKE OF DODD-FRANK ACT TO BE EXAMINED AT VALCON 2011 CONFERENCE

November 10, 2010, Alexandria, Va.—Leading professionals and dealmakers in the distressed debt, restructuring and valuation business will be gathering at “VALCON 2011: Restructurings, Reorganizations and Distressed Sales: Valuation Strategies and Opportunities,” taking place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas Feb. 23-25, 2011. Sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute, Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors and the University of Texas Continuing Legal Education program, the conference provides up to 15 hours of CLE and 17.5 hours of CPE credit. Also available are special valuation fundamentals and technical valuation breakout program tracks. The conference examine the Dodd-Frank regulatory overhaul law that passed in response to the financial crisis of 2007-08, including keynotes by Federal Reserve Board Governor Kevin M. Warsh and Peter J. Wallison of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Featured sessions include:

•    Sufficiency of Capital Tests in the Context of Avoidance Actions

•    Cost of Capital: An Analysis of Courts’ Interpretations

•    Market Participant Behavior in the Wake of Dodd-Frank

•    Investors’ Roundtable

•    Current Issues Involving Financial Markets and Regulation

•    Real Estate Restructurings: The Issues and Challenges Raised by Complex Multi-tranche Structures

•    Navigating Municipal Restructurings

For a program schedule and full list of speakers, please click here.
http://www.abiworld.org/VALCON11/schedule.html

For more information on the VALCON 2011 Conference, please visit http://www.abiworld.org/VALCON11.

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