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Robert Bingham, CIRA
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Robert S. BinghamRobert Bingham has served as a consultant with Kroll Zolfo Cooper LLC (formerly Zolfo Cooper LLC) since Feb. 1999.During this time with Kroll Zolfo Cooper LLC, he has worked on the Enron bankruptcy since Feb. 2002 and served as Enron's interim chief financial officer and interim treasurer from Nov. 2004 until Dec. 16, 2005.He served as vice president and chief financial officer of Pick Telecommunications Corp., a publicly traded provider of long distance and prepaid calling card telecommunications services from Aug. 1997 to Feb. 1999.He is a certified public accountant and a certified insolvency and restructuring advisor.Bingham is the Chair of PGE's Audit Committee and a member of PGE's Compensation Committee.He lives in Mountain Lakes, N.J.
PROFESSIONALS > Robert Bingham
Robert Bingham Robert Bingham email@example.com Bob has more than 25 years of management experience. Since joining Zolfo Cooper in 1999, he has primarily represented debtors in large, complicated bankruptcy cases, as well as lenders in out-of-court debt restructurings. In another recent assignment, Bob represented lenders to an energy exploration, production and distribution company, successfully restructuring the debt to avoid a bankruptcy filing. Previous assignments include assisting Hawaiian Telcom with its restructuring and serving as the chief restructuring officer of Blue Bird, a leading school bus manufacturer. From 2002 - 2006, he represented Enron in its bankruptcy, with primary responsibility for the development of a plan of reorganization to deal with a myriad of difficult issues, including complex financing and tax structures and large and convoluted inter-company relationships. In addition, Bob served as interim CFO and treasurer at Enron. Other debtor clients include the New York Racing Association, the Loewen Group, Sunbeam Corporation and the Washington Group. He was a key testifying witness in support of the successful confirmation hearings of Enron and the Loewen Group. Prior to joining Zolfo Cooper, Bob held a variety of financial management and advisory positions. He spent seven years as a senior financial executive of a NYSE-listed hotel company where he led the completion of the company's reorganization. He was an auditor and consultant for nine years with Ernst and Young, where he provided auditing, accounting, and general business advisory services to a wide range of clients. In addition, Bob was a vice president of finance and chief financial officer of a publicly-traded (OTC-BB) start-up telecommunications company and held positions at accounting and private investment firms.