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NYU Stern Press Release Altman Gives Testimony on 10/17/12 at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Hearings on Bankruptcy Code Reform Edward Altman, the Max L. Heine Professor of Finance at NYU Stern and an esteemed bankruptcy scholar for nearly five decades, … Continue reading
Professor Edward Altman explains the results of his Eurozone sovereign risk assessment in “The Fate of the Euro Hinges on Italy. Italy’s Looking Iffy,” an op-ed in Forbes. Excerpt from Forbes: One year ago, I wrote about the European debt … Continue reading
Professor Edward Altman discusses the future of Italy’s membership in the European Union on Bloomberg.
In an interview with The Deal, Professor Edward Altman comments on the worst case scenario for Europe: a Greek default with contagion to neighboring countries. Video via Vimeo: Europe’s worst-case scenario from The Deal on Vimeo.
Presented by Professor Ed Altman, NYU Stern School of Business Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 11am US Eastern time In a special “Insight” piece for the Financial Times on June 21, 2011, Professor Edward Altman predicted that the next European country … Continue reading
The article highlights Professor Edward Altman’s Z-score for predicting corporate bankruptcies. If developed economies are heading for a nuclear winter – and at times it feels that way – the concept of defensiveness takes on a new urgency. But what … Continue reading
Professor Altman says the ECB must focus on fixing the Italian economy. The Greek mathematician Archimedes sure had the makings of a hedge fund manager, just that he was a little ahead of his time. For it was he who … Continue reading
Professor Ed Altman, who proved prescient about junk bonds going into crisis, says investing in junk bonds was a no-brainer then, now it is merely attractive! August wasn’t much fun for anybody in the stock market, but it delivered a … Continue reading
Edward Altman, a finance professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business, talks about his Z-metrics formula for assessing the financial health of countries and the outlook for resolution of the European debt crisis. Altman, who created the Z-score … Continue reading