Published On: Fri, Aug 21st, 2015

Caesars conflict means trouble for John Paulson

Paulson is one of the biggest shareholders in the parent company, with a 10 percent stake.

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Billionaire investor John Paulson is caught in the middle of another deal that critics claim is conflict-ridden.

Junior creditors of Caesars Entertainment’s bankrupt operating unit argue a proposed restructuring deal between the casino giant and fewer than half of its creditors represents an “improper” conflict of interest.
That’s because most of creditors who signed on to the deal also own equity in Caesars parent company, which has not filed for bankruptcy, lawyers for the junior creditors said Thursday.

Read the full story at The New York Post by Josh Kosman


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