New York Partners Stephanie Wickouski and Jeremy Finkelstein will moderate a panel discussion at the Distressed Investing/Corporate Trust Roundtable, March 7 at Bryan Cave’s New York Office. The program will explore:
Wickouski counsels clients on all aspects of bankruptcy, insolvency and commercial transactions, including bond defaults, trust indentures, business acquisitions, real estate, health care and financial fraud. With more than 30 years of experience handling complex reorganization cases throughout the country, she has served as lead bankruptcy counsel in multiple high-profile cases. Wickouski has a national reputation and is an industry leader in corporate insolvency. She is a frequent lecturer, author and commentator on bankruptcy subjects. Wickouski is the author of Indenture Trustee Bankruptcy Powers & Duties (Beard Books 2016) and Bankruptcy Crimes (Beard Books 3rd ed. 2007).
Finkelstein focuses his practice on representing corporate trust institutions as indenture trustees and agents in connection with domestic and cross-border debt capital markets transactions, such as offerings of corporate and municipal, high-yield and investment grade, secured, unsecured and subordinated, convertible, public and private debt issued under trust indentures of domestic and international issuers. He has experience representing clients in connection with secured and unsecured project financings. He also has worked with secured and unsecured creditors and disbursing agents in various defaulted debt, restructuring and bankruptcy matters. Finkelstein advises clients and lawyers within the firm on debt financings, including 144A/Reg. S offerings, exchange and tender offers and issuances of global securities through DTC, Euroclear and Clearstream book-entry clearing systems.
Due to the winter storm in New York, we rescheduled the Bryan Cave Corporate Trust/Distressed Investing Roundtable originally scheduled for March 7. The new date for the Roundtable is Wednesday, March 14. Please contact Evan Kendall at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.