Rising Corporate Debt and Interest Rates and Possible Implications for So-Called “Zombie” Firms in Our Economy

Posted On December 12, 2018 | By J. Machir Stull

Rising Corporate Debt and Interest Rates and Possible Implications for So-Called “Zombie” Firms in Our Economy

“On Tuesday, December 11, Cantey Hanger partner Machir Stull gave a presentation to the Fort Worth chapter of Financial Executives International (FEI) on rising corporate debt and interest rates and possible implications for so-called “zombie” firms in our economy.

Stull is a commercial restructuring, business law, and business litigation attorney, particularly in the energy and real estate sectors. In addition to his experience in commercial or restructuring-related claims, disputes and adversary proceedings, Machir has also represented debtors, various creditor constituencies, committees, directors and post confirmation trustees.

FEI is a worldwide professional association for corporate financial management professionals with more than 10,000 members holding policy-making positions as chief financial officers, chief accounting officers, controllers and treasurers at companies from every major industry.”

The full presentation can be seen here.