Hoboken, NJ – (work wire) – Celsius Network (“Celsius” or the “Company”) announced today that it has commenced voluntary actions under Chapter 11 to provide the Company with an opportunity to stabilize its business and complete a comprehensive restructuring transaction that increases value for all stakeholders. To carry out the restructuring, the Company and some of its subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York (the “Court”).
The members of the Special Committee of the Board of Directors said:Today’s deposit comes on the heels of Celsius’ difficult but necessary decision last month to temporarily pause withdrawals, swaps and transfers on its platform to stabilize its business and protect its customers. Without pause, accelerating withdrawals would have allowed some clients — those who were the first to act — to pay their full wages while leaving others behind to wait for a percentage value from illiquid or long-term asset spread activities before they could get a recovery.”
““This is the right decision for our community and our company,” said Alex Mashinsky, co-founder and CEO of Celsius. “We have a strong and experienced team to lead Celsius through this process. I am confident that when we look back at Celsius’ history, we will see this as a defining moment, as the business serves the firmness and trust of the community and enhances the future of the company.”
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Celsius has $167 million in cash on hand, which will provide enough liquidity to support certain operations during the restructuring process.
To ensure a smooth transition to Chapter 11, Celsius submitted to the court a series of customary motions to allow the company to continue operating in the normal course. “Day One” suggestions include requests to pay employees and continue their benefits without interruption, for which the company expects court approval. Celsius does not request permission to allow customers to check out at this time. Customer claims will be processed through the Chapter 11 process.
New managers to provide additional leadership and experience
David Barse is the founder and CEO of XOUT Capital, an index company, and DMB Holdings, a private family office. Mr. Barse has served as CEO of Third Avenue Management for 25 years and has been a pioneer in deep upward core value and distressed investing.
Alan Carr is an investment expert with over 25 years of experience building businesses, leading complex restructurings, and protecting and creating value for stakeholders. Mr. Carr is the founder and managing member of Drivetrain, LLC, a professional credit services company.
Kirkland & Ellis LLP acts as legal counsel, Centerview Partners acts as financial counsel, and Alvarez & Marsal acts as restructuring advisor to Celsius.
Additional information about the restructuring process
Additional information about the Chapter 11 filing, including court documents, can be found at https://cases.stretto.com/celsius. Stakeholders with questions can contact the company’s claims agent, Stretto, at +1 (855) 423-1530 (US) or +1 (949) 669-5873 (international) or email [email protected]
Based on the belief that financial services should only do what is in the best interests of customers and society, Celsius is a blockchain-based platform where membership provides access to coordinated financial services that are not available through traditional financial institutions. For more information, please visit www.celsius.network.
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