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About Adam D. Stein-Sapir

Adam D. Stein-Sapir

Adam is the co-founder and portfolio manager of Pioneer Funding Group, a bankruptcy trade claim investment fund (http://www.pioneerfundingllc.com/). Adam started his career in the leveraged finance group of investment bank CIBC World Markets. At CIBC he advised companies and private equity sponsors on M&A, LBOs and restructurings and focused on debt and equity capital raising.

Since co-founding Pioneer in 2009, Adam and the team have acquired hundreds of bankruptcy claims across more than 100 bankruptcy cases. Adam has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Forbes, New York Post, New York Daily News, Philadelphia Inquirer and Turnarounds & Workouts magazine. Adam graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with a B.S. Economics, magna cum laude and an MBA. Adam held Series 7 and 63 securities licenses from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) during his employment at various investment banks.


Articles by Adam D. Stein-Sapir

Sears Chapter 11 Rulings Threaten to Upend Administrative Claim Status for Goods Vendors

Application of Section 503(b)(1)(A) and 503(b)(9) in the Sears Chapter 11 Filing Precedent setting rulings in the Sears chapter 11 case could radically alter how vendors support companies who file for bankruptcy in the future. Historically the presumption and practice in the vast majority of bankruptcy cases has been that vendors receive priority status for […]


The Mega RV bankruptcy settlement was a hard lesson for unsecured creditors

Mega RV: Unsecured Creditors Fall Short in Bankruptcy Settlement

An Unfortunate Case for Unsecured Creditors A settlement agreement in the Mega RV Corp. bankruptcy highlighted the interplay between an overzealous lender and a repentant business owner who came together to cooperate and provide a windfall recovery to unsecured creditors. Ultimately, through the machinations of the bankruptcy case, the settlement proved to be insufficient to […]


Showdown in Spokane: The Spokane Country Club Bankruptcy Case

The bankruptcy case of the Spokane Country Club (“SCC” the “Club” or the “Debtor”) is a very interesting study of how the bankruptcy process has not only been used to disrupt the collection efforts of plaintiff creditors who have already been awarded a judgment, but also to essentially negate significant policy changes for a club that had been stipulated […]


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