Robert P. Mosier is President and Chief Executive Officer of Mosier & Company. His specialty for the past forty plus years has been turnarounds and dissolutions. For the past thirty plus years, these skills have been applied as a Court-appointed fiduciary in State and Federal Court and Federal Bankruptcy Court.
Total Court/fiduciary assignments since 1985 exceed 600 cases. In April 2009, Mr. Mosier was appointed as a Federal Equity Receiver to oversee the shutdown and windup of Private Equities Management Group (PEMG). The appointment was made in response to an SEC complaint in the United States District Court in Los Angeles. The SEC complaint alleges fraud and Ponzi-like management of approximately $1 billion worth of investment. The major investors include six banks in Taiwan. Recoveries to date exceed $360 million.
Mr. Mosier has also served as a Federal Equity Receiver for the Department of Justice on behalf of the Internal Revenue Service. He was appointed Independent Fiduciary at the request of the Department of Labor over a company involving IRISA violations. Bankruptcy Court related appointments include President/CEO or Chief Restructuring/Responsible Officer, Chapter 11 Trustee/Examiner or Examiner with Expanded Powers. Mr. Mosier has also served as a Provisional Director, Referee, Special Master, and the Court’s Expert Witness in multiple State Court matters. Court appointed projects generally fit into three broad asset categories: (a) operating companies or (b) complex real estate projects or (c) both.
Education includes post graduate courses at the Harvard Business School in corporate governance, insolvency, valuation and finance. Mr. Mosier is a graduate of the Bankruptcy mediation program conducted by Pepperdine Law School. Mr. Mosier earned a Masters Degree from the American Graduate School of International Management and an undergraduate degree in business from Arizona State University.
Mr. Mosier is a member of the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers where he just served as Chair of NAFER’s 2013 and 2014 conferences in Chicago and Washington DC respectively. Mr. Mosier is also the Co-Founder of the California Receivers Forum and serves as President of the State Organization. He is also the Publisher of Receivership News, a quarterly journal distributed to California Federal and State Judges in addition to the practitioners of the insolvency community. Mr. Mosier has served as the Co-Chair for four educational programs at Loyola Law School from 2000 to 2014 that focus on the nuances of Receiverships. Each is a two-day education session where top Receiver, lawyers, accountants and Judges provide insight into the area of receiverships with the goal of raising the level of professionalism. Mr. Mosier’s published articles include The History and Profile of a Financially Troubled Company, The Benefits of a Consensual Receivership, The Ten Commandments for a Rents and Profits Receiver among others. He frequently lectures on insolvency.