Judge hears arguments in Magna bankruptcy
CNBC – Attorneys for a hedge fund are asking for the appointment of an examiner in horse track owner Magna Entertainment’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
A hearing was scheduled Tuesday on the request by Greenlight Capital Offshore Partners, which wants an investigation of ties between Magna and its parent company, known as MID.
MID has played a dual role as both a potential bidder for MEC assets and one of its primary lenders.
Greenlight, an unsecured creditor of Magna as well as a large shareholder in MID, is concerned about the fairness of any asset sale.
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