Chapter 11 Cramdown Interest Rates: Till, Momentive and Proper Valuation- What all Turnaround Professionals Should Know.
Join your fellow turnaround professionals for a networking breakfast and lively panel discussion on the impact of the Second Circuit's recent decision in Momentive Performance Materials Inc. v. BOKF, NA on cramdown interest rates and lenders' make-whole claims. The decision is welcome news for secured lenders, but something that professionals on all sides of bankruptcy restructurings need to be on top of, as "efficient markets" will be the next battleground for expert witnesses and advisors.
Panel Discussion: 8:15am
Program Conclusion: 9:00am
Meet our Panelists:
Amy Edgy, Linklaters LLP
Amy is a partner at the law firm of Linklaters LLP. Her practice is focused on the representation of debtors, creditors, and other significant parties in connection with some of the country's largest restructurings and reorganizations. She has cultivated industry-specific experience in the energy, health care, retail, automotive, financial institution, and airline sectors. Amy has been recognized by Chambers USA 2017 as a “leader in field,” and was a recipient of the M&A Advisor’s 2017 “energy deal of the year (over $100mm)”. She has also received the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “40 under 40” award and the M&A Advisor’s “40 under 40” award.
Dante M. Monakil, CCTS
Dan has more than three decades of experience in the financial services industry. He has extensive experience in Capital Markets Bond Administration including municipal, corporate, ABS and equipment finance transactions. He also has significant Bankruptcy and Default Administration experience and has represented bondholders in both the General Motors and American Airlines bankruptcies. Dan was a former regional manager and head of Wilmington Trust's Public Finance Workout & Bankruptcy Group.
Duncan Pickett, Berkeley Research Group
Duncan Pickett is a Managing Director in BRG’s Washington DC Office. He has represented investors, creditors and other parties in interest in various industries including gaming, manufacturing, government contracting, retail, and telecom. Most recently, he represented an ad hoc group of noteholders in the Caesars bankruptcy.
Patti Jefferson, Miles & Stockbridge P.C.
Patti is a principal at the law firm of Miles & Stockbridge P.C., where she focuses on the representation of secured lenders and other creditors in all aspects of bankruptcy cases, receiverships, and out of court restructurings and troubled loan workouts. Patti is a frequent speaker at legal education seminars. She has been recognized by Chambers USA as an "industry leader" for the past four years.
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