Dan Pombo is the head of the Restructuring Group at J.P. Morgan, focusing on advising and raising capital for distressed companies. Dan has led numerous DIP, Exit and distressed financings and prepackaged plans of reorganization, and has advised on several liability management and out-of-court restructuring transactions. Prior to joining Restructuring, Dan was a senior banker in J.P. Morgan’s Leveraged Finance team, where he served in Capital Markets and Origination roles and completed over 100 transactions across numerous industry verticals, including energy, power, chemicals, paper and packaging, building materials, real estate, gaming, consumer and retail. Prior to joining the firm, Dan practiced corporate law at White & Case, LLP. Dan holds a B.A. from Amherst College and a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law.