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Ronald F. Greenspan

Certified Insolvency & Restructuring Advisor

Current Position

Senior Managing Director
FTI Consulting, Inc.
633 West Fifth Street
16th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071
USA

Tel: 213-452-6006
Fax: 213-452-6099
Email: ron.greenspan@fticonsulting.com

Class: XIV (2003)Circuit: Ninth

Education

UCLA, B.A. (Economics) (1976)
Harvard Law School, J.D. (1979)

Professional Career

Senior Managing Director; West Region Leader of Corporate Finance and Restructuring Group; Leader of Real estate and Structured Finance Restructuring Practice, FTI Consulting, Inc. (successor to PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Recovery Services Group) (1991-)
Los Angeles Land Companies (1987-91)

Affiliations

Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors
Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum: President (2006-07); Director
American Bankruptcy Institute
Urban Land Institute
California Bar Association (inactive)
Certification in Distressed Business Valuation

Publications

"Money Changes Everything," Daily Bankruptcy Review Jun 16, 2010
"2009-It Was a Very ___ Year," Daily Bankruptcy Review Jan 13, 2010
"Real Estate Workouts: Building a New Paradigm," ABI Journal 2009
"Interview, Selection, Retention and Role of Financial Advisors," Inside the Minds: The Role of Creditors' Committees in Chapter 11 Bankruptcies Oct 2008
"Description of the Mortgage and Asset-Backed Securities Markets, Roles of Principal Participants and Key Terms," Mortgage and Asset Backed Securities Litigation Handbook Apr 2008
"Recovery in U.S. Homebuilding Sector is Likely to Take Several More Years," Daily Bankruptcy Review Apr 2008
"Predicting Corporate-Default Cycle Upended by History-Bucking Trends," Daily Bankruptcy Review 2007
"Homebuilders: A Cycle Unlike Prior Cycles," Daily Bankruptcy Review 2006
"KERPs are Out, But Incentives Are In," TMA Journal of Corporate Renewal 2006
"Until We Meet Again: Why Till Might Not Be the Last Word on Cram Down Interest Rates," ABI Journal 2004
"The Unreal World of Troubled REITs," ABI Journal 2001
2000 "When Are Servicing Rights Born?" American Banker
"Fight for Survival: Subprime Lending Whereto From Here," American Banker 1999