Ankura Trust provides independent, conflict-free indenture trustee, loan administrative agent, and creditor representative services with a specialty in stressed and distressed situations. We offer our services as a successor and at the time of original issuance, as well as for transactions outside of a restructuring context.
Our professionals average over 23 years of global financial markets experience as former principal investors, lenders, and trust professionals and have actively participated in many of the highest-profile bankruptcies and out-of-court restructurings in recent history.
We believe the combination of our client-centric approach, broad experience in distressed situations as principals, and deep understanding of inter-creditor dynamics will not only lead to a higher level of engagement, but, more importantly, a higher probability that our clients’ objectives will be achieved.
By engaging Ankura Trust, investors will have an advocate that not only understands their objectives, but also possesses the expertise and acumen to achieve them.
We provide value through our perspective as former principals and proactive execution of our clients’ strategies.
We define success through our clients’ eyes, therefore our mindset is to treat our clients’ capital as if it is our own.
We are responsive to and communicate with our clients. We apply a ‘principal’s mindset’ and proactive approach to the ‘prudent man’ standard to drive value for investors.
Ankura Trust specializes in successor loan administrative agent services for stressed and distressed situations and loan administrative agent services for new credit facilities arranged by traditional and alternative lenders.
We offer traditional escrow services to provide clients with the convenience of a more fulsome suite of offerings beyond our indenture trustee and loan agency services.
Ankura Trust provides creditor representation and proxy services as a natural extension of our other offerings and leverages the experience of our professionals as principal investors and lenders.