Andrew Glenn is quoted in a Wall Street Journal article that announced the approval of a winning auction bid that will hand control of Hertz to institutional investors who won a competition to buy the company out of bankruptcy as its prospects brightened. Hertz expects stockholders to receive more than $7 a share of value out of the deal, and perhaps as much as $8 a share, as the company emerges from Chapter 11.

“There’s a real fundamental business here, poised to profit from the pandemic recovery,” Andrew told The Wall Street Journal.


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The Glenn Agre team representing the ad hoc committee of shareholders of Hertz Global, Inc. includes Andrew Glenn, Shai Schmidt, Trevor Welch, Rich Ramirez, and Naznen Rahman.