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2022: A Year of New Opportunities or Continuing Challenges?
Join Reorg’s Managing Editor Luca Rossi in conversation with Antonio Casari of Northlight and Bruce Bell from Latham & Watkins to discuss the stressed and distressed credit market outlook for 2022. This discussion will cover the sectors and companies to monitor in Europe, and how governments and central banks’ policies are strongly influencing investors’ decisions.

Jan 19, 2022 11:00 AM in London

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Antonio Casari
Senior Credit Analyst @Northlight
Antonio joined Northlight Group in 2013 and he’s currently responsible for research coverage across a broad spectrum of performing, stressed and distressed credits. He was previously in charge of capital markets InvestIndustrial. At Magnetar Capital (2007-2009), Antonio co-promoted and ran the European fundamental credit strategy. He has also worked with Lehman Brothers (1998-2007) as a member of the leveraged finance and M&A teams. Antonio holds a degree in Economics from the University of Bologna. He is fluent in English and Italian.
Bruce Bell
Partner @Latham & Watkins
Bruce Bell is a partner in the Finance Department of the London office of Latham & Watkins and is a member of the Restructuring & Special Situations Practice. He advises a range of stakeholders on lending, restructuring, and insolvency matters, including borrowers/debtors, sponsors/equity holders, and lenders/creditors. He has been one of the leading practitioners of English law creditor schemes of arrangement in recent years, both for restructuring troubled businesses and for providing consumer compensation in retail financial services. Mr. Bell focusses particularly on cross-border debt restructurings, and has been involved in many of the most high-profile restructurings in Europe since the global financial crisis.
Luca Rossi
Managing Editor @Reorg
Luca manages the workflow of distressed debt coverage for EMEA Core Credit, leading the way in the most topical restructuring deals in the region. Prior to joining Reorg, Luca was editor at Modern Investor. He has an M.A. in financial journalism from City University London and a B.A. in Italian and English literature from the University of Milan.