As Executive Vice President of Epiq’s Corporate Restructuring Division, Jane is involved in a host of client assignments. She has specialized in bankruptcy balloting and other restructuring assignments for over 25 years, and continues to be instrumental in developing and implementing the solicitation procedures utilized in cases with public securities and special balloting and distribution needs. Jane has handled hundreds of bankruptcy solicitations, many of which have involved a large number of securities – including Lehman, CIT, and many others. She is also instrumental in facilitating plan distributions, treatment elections, as well as tender and exchange offers via DTC’s ATOP system. Her approach includes determining the requirements of the issuer’s transaction, as well as an in-depth understanding of DTC’s procedures and bank and broker back-office mechanics. Her goal is to craft procedures and supporting documents that are workable both for the requirements of the transaction and the parties who will be processing them. Before joining Epiq in 2004, Jane held positions with Innisfree M&A, The Altman Group, Hill and Knowlton, and Georgeson. She is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, IWIRC, and has recently been asked to join the meeting of DTC’s Asset Services Advisory Board.