Marti Kopacz

Chief Development Officer
Marti Kopacz has executive and senior advisor experience in restructuring and bankruptcy from multiple businesses, most recently as a Senior Managing Director at Phoenix Management Services. Marti has advised the Nassau County Interim Finance Authority (NIFA), a New York state control board, and, in early 2011, helped NIFA impose a control period for Nassau County based on a substantial budget deficit. Marti has served as Chief Restructuring Officer twice in her career: once at Arthur D. Little, Inc., a $600 million global consulting firm, and once at Lykes Brothers Steamship, a $500 million European/African/U.S. transportation company. Marti has also advised General Cinemas, Inc., a publicly traded 75-location theatre chain before and during its bankruptcy proceeding, and she was retained as financial advisor in Value America, Inc., the first public dotcom company Chapter 11 filing.
Marti founded Brant Point Advisors, a boutique advisory firm, and co-founded and co-lead the U.S. restructuring practice at Grant Thornton LLP.
Additionally, Marti supports numerous industry-related organizations, including the Turnaround Management Association (TMA), the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), the American College of Bankruptcy, the International Women's Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation, the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors, and the Institute of Management Accountants.
Marti earned her MBA degree in Finance and Investments as well as her BS degree in Marketing from Indiana University.