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GEM Speaker Series, Nov 8th

October 24, 2012
“Commodity Transactions in Distress-An Alphabet Soup of Preventive Medicine 
(ABL’s, ISDA’s, CSA’s, AA’s…)”
 
Charles O. Freedgood
 Managing Director, J.P. Morgan

Thursday, November 8, 2012
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm: Presentation
(11:45 am Lunch provided by GEM)
CU Denver Business School
Room 4500
1475 Lawrence St.
Denver, CO 80202
  
Click here to RSVP or email, catherine.steffek@ucdenver.edu
 
Can’t attend?  Watch live here.
About Our Speaker:

Charles O. Freedgood is . 8a Managing Director inImage J.P. Morgan’s Special Credits Group, the workout and restructuring division of the firm’s Corporate & Investment Bank. He has nearly 30 years of banking experience at the firm, including 22 years advising and executing complex corporate restructurings and bankruptcies. His experience spans a wide variety of industries, including oil and gas exploration and production, power generation, utilities, manufacturing, insurance, broker-dealer, mortgage finance, retail, transportation, building materials and media. Often on behalf of multi-national syndicates of banks, hedge funds and other lenders, he manages all elements of the workout process, either out-of-court or through bankruptcy, and is responsible for the development, negotiation and implementation of the restructuring/recapitalization strategy. He has sat on Official Creditor Committees in a variety of cases. Previously, he was in the energy division of one of J.P. Morgan’s predecessor firms for over 8 years, lending to domestic oil and gas companies and the affiliated refining, service and pipeline businesses. Earlier, he had been an oil-field geologist. He holds a BS in geology from Stony Brook University and an MBA in finance from New York University.

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