Marc Kirschner regularly acts as a fiduciary, advises clients on restructuring issues and serves in oversight roles. Marc has been an advisor and court appointed trustee in major bankruptcy matters, including Millennium Health Litigation Trusts, Nine West Litigation Trust, Refco, Tribune, Highland Capital Management and Alpha Latam Management. He is recognized as a leading authority on pursuing fraudulent conveyance and other claims on behalf of post-bankruptcy litigation trusts.
Marc joined Teneo in connection with its acquisition of Goldin Associates, LLC. Prior to joining Goldin, Marc was a Managing Director, the Chief Operating Officer and the General Counsel of Resurgence Asset Management LLC, a distressed-debt investment management company. Marc served on the boards of Spectrum Brands Holdings, Inc., where he was a member of the audit committee, governance committee and a special committee dealing with corporate acquisition issues. He also served on the Boards of several companies in which Resurgence invested, and was the independent director of a receivables finance company during its out-of-court restructuring.
Prior to working in distressed investing, Marc headed the bankruptcy and reorganization practice in the New York office of Jones Day, representing creditors’ committees and specializing in complex bankruptcy litigation and financing matters. He was one of the principal architects of the Drexel Burnham plan of reorganization and spin-off of litigation claims into a ligation trust.
Marc received his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Michigan and an A.B., with distinction, from Dartmouth College. He has published and lectured extensively on restructuring and bankruptcy litigation matters and has testified numerous times on bankruptcy and financial matters.
Marc is a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.