Christina Pullo is a managing director and the head of the Restructuring Administration and Issuer Services practices, based in New York.
Christina has almost 20 years of industry experience and is one of the few recognized restructuring experts in the public securities and solicitation fields, having successfully led the industry’s most complex and largest restructurings, including PG&E, Takata, Puerto Rico and Caesars Entertainment Operating Company.
Christina focuses on assisting clients with complex claims and securities noticing and balloting, prepackaged plan solicitations, out-of-court restructurings, corporate events (such as rights offerings, tender offers and treatment elections) and related distributions. She is a member of the Asset Services Advisory Board at The Depository Trust Company and is often called on to present to and collaborate with attorneys and financial advisors, as well as depositories, brokers, banks and other intermediaries on these complex topics.
Prior to joining Kroll's Restructuring Administration practice (formerly known as Prime Clerk), Christina co-headed the public securities and solicitation group at Epiq Systems, a claims and noticing agent, and she was a key administrative advisor on the restructurings of Lehman Brothers, Tribune and General Motors to name a few.
Christina began her legal career as an associate in the Business Finance & Restructuring department of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, where she represented several debtors, creditors and lenders to distressed companies in the context of chapter 11 cases and out-of-court restructurings.
Christina graduated from Columbia University. She received a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law.