Tag Archives: Max Holmes

Plainfield Exonerated Following SEC Investigation

Plainfield Asset Management received a letter from the SEC indicating it would be taking no action against the long embattled firm following a lengthy investigation. (view story)

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Judge OKs Wolverine Tube reorganization plan

Wolverine Tube won approval of its reorganization plan after resolving an objection from its largest noteholder that, until a few days ago, had threatened to derail the proposal. (view story)

Bank Said No? Hedge Funds Fill a Void in Lending

Hedge funds are lending to customers who have been rejected by traditional banks, but there are risks for those involved. (view story)

Objections From Plainfield Resolved; Wolverine Will Seek Approval of Its Reorg Plan on June 10, 2011

Wolverine Tube announced it has resolved its dispute with Plainfield Asset Management over the company’s reorganization plan, which is now expected to go forward. (view story)

Wolverine Tube lender pulls support for plan ahead of confirmation

Plainfield Asset Management is declining to support a reorganization plan for Wolverine Tube because it objects to last minute changes that it argues will harm liquidity in post-reorg securities. (view story)

Under Hefner, Playboy to Be Private Again

Hugh Hefner is taking Playboy Enterprises private in a deal agreed to by its second largest shareholder, Plainfield Asset Management. (view story)

Plain Truth at Plainfield

Plainfield Asset Management Founder & CIO Max Holmes is fighting a smear campaign. (view story)

Jackson Assets Draw the Gaze of Wall Street

The death of pop singer Michael Jackson has sparked a wave of investor inquiries into his extensive music catalog. (view story)

A Plan that Obama Can Bank On

A hedge fund manager’s plan to help U.S. banks mend their tattered balance sheets may be gaining traction in Washington. (view story)