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Restructuring Veteran Marc S. Kirschner Joins Goldin Associates

GA Update
01.20.2015

Goldin AssociatesLLC is pleased to announce that restructuring industry veteran Marc S. Kirschner has joined the firm as a Senior Managing Director and member of its Management Committee.   In recent years, Mr. Kirschner has served as an advisor and trustee in major bankruptcy matters, including Refco, Tribune, Le-Natures, Superior National, Yellowstone Mountain Club and Washington Mutual, often working with major alternative investment funds.  Before becoming a consultant, Mr. Kirschner was a Managing Director and the General Counsel of Resurgence Asset Management LLC, a distressed-debt hedge fund.  Mr. Kirschner served on the boards of Spectrum Brands and several companies in which Resurgence invested. Prior to working in distressed investing, Mr. Kirschner headed the bankruptcy and reorganization practice in the New York office of Jones Day. 

Goldin Senior Managing Director Harrison J. Goldin said, “We are delighted to have Marc join our firm.  His deep experience as a financial and restructuring advisor, distressed-debt investor, fiduciary and expert witness, as well as uncompromising commitment to superior client service, have made him a leading figure in our industry.  We have worked with Marc in various capacities over the years and have long admired his keen mind, insight into restructuring issues and excellent judgment.” Mr. Kirschner said, “I am excited to join Goldin Associates and look forward to working with the firm’s superb professionals on various complex and interesting restructuring and oversight matters.”   

Mr. Kirschner is a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy and holds a J.D., cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School and an A.B. with distinction in economics from Dartmouth College.

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