Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code
At Ampleton Group, we actively purchase the obligations of companies that have filed with a federal court for protection under Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.
- In Chapter 7, the business will cease operations, whereupon a trustee will be appointed to liquidate the assets and distribute the proceeds to creditors.
- In Chapter 11, in most instances, the debtor remains in control of its business operations as a “debtor in possession” and is subject to the oversight of the court.
We focus on buying general unsecured claims resulting from, but not exclusively: trade or vendor debts, lease / contract rejections and general debt obligations.
If you find yourself in the unfortunate position of being owed money by a company that has filed for bankruptcy in such circumstances, Ampleton Group can buy your claim from you, thereby providing you with immediate liquidity.
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As well as bankruptcy claims, Ampleton Group provides liquidity to limited partners (LPs) who are looking to exit early from their investments in private equity and other fund structures.
Ampleton Group is also an active acquirer of both listed and unlisted shares in companies which are hard to monetise due to lack of interest or attention from larger market players.
How To Sell A Claim
If you have received a communication from Ampleton Group, it is because you are listed in public filings held with the court for a specific bankruptcy or insolvency case that we are involved in.