Jay C. Jacquin, a Managing Director at Configure Partners, LLC participated in a panel at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s annual Southeast Bankruptcy Workshop on July 19th and 20th.
The panel covered retention issues under Section 327 v. Section 363, including the Jay Alix Protocol and other retention topics.
Jeffrey R. Waxman, a partner at Morris James, moderated the panel. In addition to Jay Jacquin, Nan Roberts Eitel, with the Executive Office for U.S. Trustees; Roy S. Kobert, with GrayRobinson; and U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Sage M. Sigler of the Northern District of Georgia also participated in the panel.
Jacquin is a Managing Director at Configure, where he advises borrowers in Configure's Debt Capital Advisory practice as well as borrowers, lenders and other creditors in Configure's Credit Resolution & Special Situations practice.
About Configure Partners (configurepartners.com)
Configure Partners is a preeminent credit-oriented middle-market advisory boutique with offices in Atlanta and New York City. The firm provides investment banking and financial advisory services surrounding credit and creditor's rights, providing actionable advice and results-oriented execution. Configure's Debt Advisory practice designs bespoke financing solutions for borrowers to support leveraged buyouts, acquisitions, refinancings, and dividend recaps, among other strategic objectives. The firm's Credit Resolutions practice is the trusted advisor to lenders and their borrowers when confronting business, liquidity, or capital structure challenges. In 2018, the firm executed transactions representing more than $1.4 billion in value, including GST Autoleather, Cloyes Gear & Products, Welcov Healthcare, Masterwork Electronics, and German Pellets Texas as well as several other non-public transactions.
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