Authors: Andrew J. Callahan Charlotte Møller Constantine Karides Denise Jong Diane Roberts Jessica Kenworthy M. Tamara Box Matthew Gorman Panos Katsambas Peter S. Clark Robert A. Wilkins Robert Scheininger

Type: Insights

As the world reckons with the results of the US presidential election, and while Brexit negotiations remain hanging in the air, there are speculations of realignments in political and trade relations involving the US and Europe, prompting investors to sharpen their focus on markets in the Asia-Pacific region. This global uncertainty and volatility is set to fuel Asia-Pacific distressed debt and special situation opportunities in 2017, as explored by Asia-Pacific Distressed Debt & Special Situations Market Update 2016.

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