Marti P. Murray is a principal of The Brattle Group, with subject matter expertise in corporate financial distress and restructuring, securities trading, business and securities valuation, solvency, fraud (including Ponzi schemes), and industry custom and practice in the alternative investment management industry.
She has had a 35+ year career in the financial services industry, including leadership roles at both alternative investment management firms and business restructuring financial advisory firms. She has also served on numerous boards of directors and has acted as a court-appointed SEC Receiver for an investment adviser accused of fraud.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Murray was the founder, president, and portfolio manager of Murray Capital Management, Inc., an SEC-registered distressed debt hedge fund firm which she ran from 1995-2008. The distressed debt business of Murray Capital was acquired by Babson Capital in April 2008.
Ms. Murray served as an adjunct professor at the NYU Stern School of Business from 2001-2013, teaching courses in bankruptcy, distressed debt investing, and equity analysis/valuation. While at NYU Stern, she was the recipient of awards for excellence in teaching, including the Teacher of the Year Prize. Ms. Murray has written for numerous publications, and was a contributing author to Managing Hedge Fund Risk: From the Practitioner’s Perspective, edited by Virginia Reynolds Parker, published in 2001.
Ms. Murray holds the Certified Valuation Analyst credential (CVA), awarded by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA). She is a full member of the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers (NAFER) and serves on the Board of Directors and as Audit Committee Vice Chair of the New York Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA).