The United States is currently in the longest phase of economic expansion in history. Expansion has been fueled by cheap credit. Banks, non-bank senior lenders, junior capital providers and private equity have flooded the market with liquidity. But what happens to an economy when these lenders stop lending? Turn on the TV or pick up the Wall Street Journal and there are signals toward a pending downturn: an inverted yield curve, negative interest rates in Europe, “Trade War”, “Brexit”, Fed rate decreases, etc.
The Panel will explore the current market liquidity; discuss industries trending toward distress; address how different lenders approach difficult financial situations; and debate if there is enough built up liquidity to stave off a ’08-09 type Recession.
Panelists: Gregory Clark, Citizens Bank Steve Glick, Bain Capital Credit Jeffrey Unger, G2 Capital Advisors
7:00-7:45 am- Registration & Networking
7:45-9:00 am- Program
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