The Caesars Palace Coup

Sujeet Indap
Published: 2021
The Caesars Palace Coup is a book that tells the story of a Las Vegas casino heist executed by Wall Street tycoons. The book details how an MIT math wizard turned a once-sleepy casino chain into the biggest gaming company in the world, and how two of the most storied private equity firms in the world swooped in to take control in a blockbuster buyout. However, when the global economy went into its worst meltdown since the Great Depression, the two firms had to execute a series of brilliant, if edgy, transactions to keep their investment afloat while waiting for Sin City and Atlantic City to bounce back. The book also explores the battle between loan and bondholders and hedge funds over control of the company's casinos, and the impact of these actions on the industry.
The Caesars Palace Coup tells the story of a Las Vegas casino heist executed by Wall Street tycoons. The book details how an MIT math wizard turned a once-sleepy casino chain into the biggest gaming company in the world, and how two of the most storied private equity firms in the world swooped in to take control in a blockbuster buyout. However, when the global economy went into its worst meltdown since the Great Depression, the two firms had to execute a series of brilliant, if edgy, transactions to keep their investment afloat while waiting for Sin City and Atlantic City to bounce back. The book also explores the battle between loan and bondholders and hedge funds over control of the company's casinos, and the impact of these actions on the industry.

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