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875.0K
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EX-Date
03/15/06
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fog cutter capital group inc (FCCG) Details

Fog Cutter Capital Group Inc. is a principal investment firm specializing in investments in restructuring, recapitalization, management buyouts, mortgage-backed securities, re-securitizing mortgage-backed security residuals, and commercial loans. The firm also invests in loans secured by real estate or other assets in the United States and Europe with a focus on loans with various credit ratings and lien positions. It can also assist in providing mezzanine type lending and mezzanine financing for the acquisition of unique properties. The firm invests in commercial and multi-family real estate including residential, retail, commercial, or industrial property located in the United States and the United Kingdom. It seeks to invest on a world-wide basis with a focus on United States and Western Europe. The firm structures its investments in the form of equity and corporate debt. Fog Cutter Capital Group Inc. was founded in 1997 and is based at Santa Monica, California with additional offices at New York, United States; Los Angeles, California; and London, United Kingdom.

875 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/30/10
Founded in 1997

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Fog Cutter Capital Group Inc. Settles $5 Million Lawsuit with American Industries Corp

American Industries Corp. settled a $5 million lawsuit with Andrew Wiederhorn over several unpaid loans. American Industries sued Wiederhorn and Fog Cutter Capital Group Inc. in March over several unpaid promissory notes. American Industries sued Wiederhorn and Fog Cutter Capital Group Inc. in March over several unpaid promissory notes. Wiederhorn is CEO of Southern California-based Fog Cutter, whose primary holding is the Fatburger fast food chain. Wiederhorn disputed the lawsuit and said he pledged collateral for the loans that exceeded the amount owed on the promissory notes. The lawsuit was filed shortly after Wiederhorn and Fog Cutter wrapped up a contentious bankruptcy in which unsecured creditors alleged he fraudulently transferred millions of dollars out of two bankrupt companies he controlled.

 

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