507 Capital provides financing around corporate bankruptcies and reorganizations. We purchase claims against bankrupt estates all over the world, provide loans for reorganizing companies, and purchase estate property.

OUR APPROACH

We like a challenge and are always looking at ways to think outside the box and deliver liquidity for our customers through unique, bespoke solutions. We are not stuck in our ways; we create and innovate to problem-solve and grow.

We believe in transparency and work communicatively and collaboratively with all of our customers, from our process to our pricing, nothing is hidden.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Be Creative

Providing creative solutions to customers.

Be Original

Sourcing unique opportunities and novel ideas.

Be Transparent

Honest and transparent pricing for all partners.

OUR TEAM

Thomas Braziel Founder / CIO

Thomas is a co-founder and partner at 507 Capital. He has extensive distressed investing experience, having founded and run a distressed investing fund for 7 years prior to founding 507 Capital. He holds a M.S. in Applied Math from Columbia University, a B.S./B.A. from New York University in Math and Economics. Oh, and his parents are bankruptcy attorneys, so he grew up hanging out at 341 meetings.

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Brian Stout Partner / COO

Prior to co-founding 507 Capital, Dr. Stout purchased and restored real estate from foreclosure auctions in Connecticut. Prior to this he was an assistant professor of mathematics at the Keck Graduate Institute of the Claremont Consortium. From 2013-2016 he served on active duty with the U.S. Navy. Dr. Stout has a PhD in Mathematics from the City University of New York Graduate Center and a BS in Marine Transportation from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.

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Hannah Rouch Business Development

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WHAT WE'VE DONE

PG&E General Unsecured Bankruptcy Claims
507 Capital has purchased, paid, and transferred general unsecured claims in the Pacific Gas & Electricity Corporation (PG&E) bankruptcy, providing liquidity to trade creditors.
First-Lien Debt Financing
Prior to renaming the business 507 Capital the founders provided a first lien note to a New Jersey sand and gravel operation in order to facilitate a sale of the business. This rescue loan required a negotiated intercreditor agreement with the existing bank loan.
Chairman of the Unsecured Creditor Committee
Founder of 507 Capital, Thomas Braziel, through his previous business B.E. Capital Management purchased bankruptcy claims in the bankruptcy of Premier Exhibitions and served as its Chairman of the Unsecured Creditor Committee.