by Dan O’Brien Host: Steve Katz
By Brent Bonham and Nelson Thorpe
In this article we take a look at both the TV/Film/Broadcast and Concert/Theater/Tradeshow segments of the Audiovisual (AV) Industry and how social distancing requirements, consumer and customer behavior, as well as the distinct challenges associated with each business model are impacting gear sales, asset values and a potential path to recovery.
By Hilco Streambank
You may be a trustee for a debt instrument that is not performing. Or perhaps you have a situation that requires an independent party to run a cost effective and commercially reasonable independent sale process, so that you can fulfill your fiduciary and legal duties and/or exercise your remedies under the terms of your agreement. Streambank is your solution.
By Kevin Duffy
With a pre-COVID workforce of more than 800,000 in the U.S., based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the chemical industry faces critical challenges in the wake of the global pandemic.
By Keith Spacapan
October 5, 2020 – The seasonally adjusted, annualized rate of sales (SAAR) for U.S. deliveries of light-duty vehicles reached 16.4 million vehicles in the month of September. That is a much better result than most expected back in April when the industry slumped to a 50-year low of 8.7 million vehicles.
By Michael Sullivan
In this article, we take a look at the course of Steel and Aluminum industry trends leading up to the COVID-19 crisis as well as the factors that are now impacting those industries, and the variables that stand to either speed or slow their paths to recovery.
By Ronald Lubin
In this article we explore how unstable market conditions created by the COVID-19 crisis are leading up to a very challenging moment for lenders, many of whom now find themselves managing portfolios of increasingly nonperforming loans; and how gaining access to the right buyers, valuation expertise, and highly efficient marketing and sales execution is critical to achieving maximum value for those troubled assets.
By Jeff Azuse
In this article we take a look at the impacts to the hospitality market from the current global pandemic, and how factors ranging from airline travel to dynamic pricing and unemployment benefits are contributing to continued struggles and future planning complexity for hotels, even as occupancy rates have begun to recover.
By Marc Caplan and Raymundo Armendariz
In this article we examine the current state of retail inventories and how a continued, pervasive environment of uncertainty is likely to impact the disposition of merchandise into the off-price market moving forward. We also take a look at how alternative strategies and creativity in monetizing these inventory assets can play an important role in providing the liquidity needed by many retailers and manufacturers during this unprecedented period.
By Keith Spacapan
July 14, 2020 – After a 50% drop in U.S. deliveries of light vehicles, the seasonally adjusted, annualized rate of sales (SAAR) for April had fallen to 8.6 million vehicles. Anxious to generate some cash flow, automakers offered generous incentives to encourage nervous would-be buyers to get back in the market. After all but disappearing in March, zero percent finance offers represented a record high 25.8% of all new financed purchases in the month of May according to Edmunds.com.