Marc B. Hankin is a restructuring and bankruptcy attorney. He represents creditors in complex Chapter 11 reorganizations, out-of-court financial restructurings and international insolvency cases. He also represents investors and counterparties in litigation involving structured finance products, collateralized debt obligations, credit default swaps, interest rate swaps, and distressed debt trades.

Mr. Hankin represented the Official Equity Committee in the Meruelo Maddux Properties bankruptcy case, which resulted in the first non-consensual takeover of a Chapter 11 debtor by non-management, minority shareholders. He also has extensive experience in valuation and compliance investigations, having served as a team leader in the representation of Anton Valukas as the court-appointed examiner in the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy case.

Mr. Hankin led the tax compliance team of the monitorship of Credit Suisse AG following the bank’s $715 million settlement with the New York Department of Financial Services, part of a broader $2.6 billion settlement that involved the US Department of Justice and federal regulators.