Soliciting and Tabulating Votes on Chapter 11 Plans from Holders of Publicly Traded Securities
By Craig Johnson & Tiffany Archbell, Kroll
Today, nearly all securities around the world are held electronically at various clearinghouses, including The Depository Trust Company (DTC), Euroclear, and Clearstream International SA. Electronic holding facilitates efficient, immediate, cost-effective, and anonymous trading and contributes...
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Tiffany Archbell is a director in Kroll’s Restructuring Administration and Issuer Services practices. She leverages over 15 years of management experience at DTCC, where she customized and introduced many of that company’s current practices and procedures. She is a results-oriented leader possessing a unique ability to guide clients through complex corporate events and reorganizations, including Puerto Rico, iHeartMedia, Lehman Brothers, and Mallinckrodt. Archbell holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and an MBA from the University of South Florida.
Craig Johnson is a senior director in Kroll’s Restructuring Administration and Issuer Services practices with over 20 years of experience specializing in the solicitation of bankruptcy plans and the administration of corporate events, including exchange offers and rights offerings. He has led complex engagements, including the reorganizations of Puerto Rico, American Airlines, PG&E, Purdue Pharma, and Sears. Johnson started his career at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP and received his law degree from New York University.