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It's Paul Singer Versus Citigroup in a Bitter Bankruptcy Feud | Tony Seruga
Sep
28

It’s Paul Singer Versus Citigroup in a Bitter Bankruptcy Feud

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Paul Singer

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  • Hedge funds fight for $1 billion in Peabody Energy assets
  • The contentious dispute pivots on an arcane accounting change

As Peabody Energy Corp. stumbled toward bankruptcy last year, its Wall Street adviser raised a red flag for management.

Two powerful and litigious distressed-debt hedge funds held Peabody bonds. “Both are bomb throwers and we should be very suspicious,” wrote Tyler Cowan, a restructuring expert at Lazard Ltd.

Six months later, in April, the world’s largest private-sector coal company was in bankruptcy. And, sure enough, the two New York hedge funds — Paul Singer’s Elliott Management Corp. and Mark Brodsky’s Aurelius Capital Management — soon became embroiled in a bitter $1 billion dispute as they sought to extract a bigger share of Peabody’s assets…

It’s Paul Singer Versus Citigroup in a Bitter Bankruptcy Feud

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