Aurelius Capital Management is a US hedge fund. The company is run by Mark Brodsky, a lawyer formerly employed by Elliott Associates.
As of October 2013, Aurelius is attempting to force the government of Argentina to pay $1.3bn following the 2010 Argentinan default on debt.
Aurelius has been involved in debt restructuring of Dubai World and Tribune Co; and, in October 2013, The Co-operative Bank.
In the realm of distressed debt investing, Elliott and Aurelius are among the big guns, buying up the bonds of troubled lenders for pennies on the dollar and then pushing to negotiate for profitable payments, sometimes through the courts. Elliott has about $24.8 billion in assets under management and Aurelius has about $4.5 billion.