ADM sees opportunity in distressed debt

ADM Capital has been seeking debt financing opportunities among distressed Chinese companies for more than 15 years. While that opportunity remains strong, its funding of outbound deals is shrinking.
Celia Yan, head of greater China investments at ADM Capital
Celia Yan, head of greater China investments at ADM Capital

The Chinese word for crisis, weiji, means danger and opportunity. This reflects the China strategy of ADM Capital, which is opportunistic in manoeuvering nimbly across the wreckage of defaulted or distressed companies as it hunts for good investments.

“ADM Capital invests opportunistically. Many clients approach ADM Capital because they require financing to complete a project or to opportunistically pursue growth strategies,” said Celia Yan, the head of greater China investments at ADM.

ADM, which stands for Asia Debt Management, mostly provides debt financing for companies which are unable to obtain financing via traditional channels. Generally, loans range from $20 million to $50 million.

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