Investment Banking

Special situation funding

A special situation is an unusual event that compels investors to buy a stock or other asset in the belief that its price will rise.The special situation by definition has little to do with the underlying fundamentals of the stock or any other rationale that investors ordinarily use to select investments. It is an attempt to profit from a potential rise in valuation that the special situation presents. A crisis fund is a program to help companies cope with financial problems that render them unable to provide for basic necessities in their development.