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Reemas Group didn’t respond to a request for comment. The celebrity asset in the al-Sanea family’s business empire was the Saad Specialist Hospital in the seaside city of Khobar, one of the country’s top cancer’s treatment facilities. It in effect ceased operating in November, saddled with debt and unable to pay companies or wages, sources acquainted with the problem said.

What happens at a healthcare facility is being viewed closely by foreign investors as it might set the firmness for a government plan to draw in abroad investment to the health-care sector. A committee set up on the Royal Court’s orders is considering options including attracting an exclusive company to operate the hospital under the Ministry of Health’s assistance, two of the resources said.

The Ministry of Health didn’t react to a obtain comment. One problem to solve is the income owed to an estimated 5,000 previous staff, dating to May 2016 back again. It really is unclear just how many of the former staff, if any, will have jobs when a healthcare facility reopens, in February possibly. Talaat Habib, a British pediatrician who worked at the hospital. Siemens is owed money over a contract to maintain the hospital’s high-tech medical equipment, two resources familiar with the problem said. Siemens dropped to comment.

This isn’t the case either, and I’ll explain that next. There are many ways to think about this. The first is simple extremely. If banks have stacks of unprofitable LOBO loans on the books currently, then why aren’t council treasurers besieged by calls from banks asking them if they would mind tearing up the trade, and the lender will pay them. Are they getting ‘we are exercising our option to cancel these ‘ letters?

When council treasurers go to banks and ask what the rip up fees will be on these offers, do the banking institutions say ‘No, no, we’ll pay you. Just understand this stuff of our balance sheet’. Is any of this happening? Of course not. Even in the most optimistic case in the example above the tear up cost for the offer isn’t heading to be zero. The banking institutions would be nuts to tear them up for nothing at all, or exercise their options, or pay the debtors to away walk, when they would gather 1.7 to 2 million quid if the loan was terminated at market value. The second reason is slightly more complicated.

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It is properly possible that the LOBO deal will be showing a reduction on the bank’s balance sheet, even whether it’s not got a zero value, if the worthiness went down. However, these trades were hedged (to be technical, both delta and Vega hedged). C- a choice that isn’t a derivative.

Y is the bank’s revenue Z. As we’ve established Z is a pretty good size. But against that the worthiness of X raises to the value of Y also fall. The effect of this pretty much offsets the change in the value of the and B. So Z remains the same roughly. The lender hasn’t lost money in any way.

The third is even more technical. I’ve been informed that banks have had to raise the discount rate on these loans, and the administrative center requirements. It has made the loans lose value. A couple of many types of trade that this has happened to; US 100% NINJA home loans for example, which have now become impaired due to borrowers not being able to pay and house prices falling in value.