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Robin Chiu

Managing Director


Robin Chiu has extensive experience providing financial advisory services to clients across a broad array of industries.  

In restructuring matters, Robin has been active in both company and creditor side engagements.  She currently serves as the Chief Restructuring Officer of Ezra Holdings and is a key advisor to debtors in the China Fishery and Zohar matters.  She also led Goldin's team advising the Big Apple Circus on its restructuring and helped Pulse Electronics with its out-of-court recapitalization.  Robin has been active in significant committee and creditor support matters, including  Caesars, FiberTower, Puerto Rico, Detroit and Tribune Co. 

Robin is also active in Goldin's litigation support and fiduciary practices, performing valuations and other complex financial analyses for counsel in various matters and participating in the leadership team of Goldin’s Ocwen Financial monitorship.

Prior to joining Goldin, Robin worked as an investment banker at Barclays Capital, where she advised clients on financing, capital structure and risk management. She began her career in the capital markets group at Wasserstein Perella, working on high yield transactions, exchange offers and other balance-sheet transactions.


M.B.A., honors, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

B.S., Economics with a minor in Environmental Engineering Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


We wish health and peace of mind all around in this difficult and chaotic time. Our thoughts are with those who are struggling with Covid-19 and its broad and painful effects.

Goldin Associates is fully operational, and you can continue to expect our customary level of client service.  Although the Covid-19 situation is unique, the commercial effects present the kind of challenges that we are accustomed to addressing.  As crisis management and restructuring professionals, whether as interim corporate officers or advisors, our team members are seasoned in helping management teams, creditors, equity holders and other constituents chart a steady course through turbulent waters.  As fiduciaries, we work to preserve value and as financial experts we measure it.  

We hope and pray that the disruptive health, social and economic effects of this crisis are as contained as possible, and we are striving to do what we can—as community members and as professionals—to work towards that goal.