Spring 2014 MBA Course

B8376-001: Distressed Value Investing

M - Full Term, 05:45PM to 09:00PM

Location: WJW 310

Instructor: Daniel Krueger

Prerequisite(s): B8306

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The goal of the class is to provide students with broad-based exposure to what is one of the complex and intellectually stumilating areas of the market. The class will introduce distressed investing broadly, touching on many different ways to invest in distressed companies and securities. The class is taught mostly via discussion and guest speakers and is intended to allow the students to interpret and learn from dynamic real-life situations.


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Daniel Krueger

Adjunct ProfessorDaniel Krueger is a Partner and Managing Director at Owl Creek Asset Management, a hedge fund based in New York, where he heads the distressed debt team. Mr. Krueger has been with Owl Creek since its inception in February 2002 when the firm started with $17 million under management. Today, Owl Creek manages in excess of $4 billion, investing in event-driven value opportunities across all parts of the...

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