Home About UsPublicationsForumsConsultingContact Us
Back to Earlier Search Results New Search Logout


CMA Shipping 2011

Marine Money Forums

Marine Money Asia Week

Freshly Minted Newsletter

Marine Finance Dashboard

Distress Sale or a Steal – It’s All in One’s Perspective

After a protracted sale process, which began in early 2010, Affinity Equity Partners sold its 54.7% interest in Jaya Holdings for SGD 202.6 million ($158 million) with the intervention of Credit Suisse as sell side advisor. Purchased at the height of the credit boom in 2006, Affinity had acquired its stake in Jaya, which builds and operates offshore supply vessels, through a vehicle called Nautical Offshore Services, a private equity fund. As a result of the economic turndown in 2008 Jaya was unable to service the $233 million loan used to acquire the shares making the exit necessary.

This is only an excerpt of Distress Sale or a Steal – It’s All in One’s Perspective

Content is restricted to subscribers. To continue reading please Log-In or view our subscription options.

Existing Users Login


Related Archive Files

  • No Related Post

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Copyright 2008. Marine Money. All Rights Reserved.