Our Mission


Leveling the playing field 

We help individuals and businesses navigate the complicated legal claims process.  We combine technology with deep subject matter expertise to enable smaller creditors to be treated fairly. By automating compliance and providing full transparency, Proxifile revolutionizes the way claims are handled.

Our Team

Co-Founder and Operations

Cassindy Chao

Cassindy is a former investment banker and restructuring professional. She received her B.A. from Wellesley College in Massachusetts and was selected to be a Marshall Memorial Fellow. After graduation, she began a full-time finance career with Bear Stearns in New York, before moving to Hong Kong to join JP Morgan and eventually becoming an executive director at Goldman Sachs where she was part of the founding China teams.

She has extensive experience in corporate restructuring, wind-down, and asset liquidation. She previously co-founded and led business development efforts for a MEMS device company that had revenue in excess of $40M. She has wound down numerous tech companies both big and small.

Co-Founder and Legal

Neil Peretz

Neil Peretz is an attorney and serial entrepreneur. He previously founded Contract Wrangler, which helps large and fast growing companies ensure that they maximize the value of their business relationships. And he co-founded PocketMail Group, the first ever mass-market mobile email service. He has also been a financial services regulator at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and SEC, as well as a Trial Attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice and General Counsel at multiple financial services companies.

He holds an LLM from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, where he was a Fulbright scholar and head of his class, a JD from the UCLA School of Law, Bachelors and Masters degrees from Tufts University, and was ABD at the George Mason University School of Public Policy, where his dissertation research focused on securities laws.

Neil is a licensed member of the California State Bar and the U.S. Supreme Court bar, as well as a licensed solicitor of England and Wales and Ireland. He is also licensed as a Foreign Legal Affairs Attorney in Taiwan and a Certified Information Privacy Professional.


Gene Ho

Gene has spent his career in product development promoting user adoption and driven towards revenue and success. He has led product initiatives at leading consumer-facing companies as Nokia, in Helsinki, Finland to ICBC and Staples in British Columbia in roles in both product management, product strategy, and M&A. He is graduate of British Columbia’s Simon Fraser University, received his MSc in Information Technology from the University of Newcastle, New South Wales, and his MBA from the University of Liverpool.

Dana Sundblad

Dana began her career in consumer brand marketing at The Clorox Company. Over the last 20 years she has held executive marketing and communications positions at companies including 2 venture backed startups with sale (Rapt, acquired by Microsoft) and public offering (Model N) exits. She has helped companies in the consumer, technology, and non-profit (education and arts) industries achieve awareness, sales, and financial goals. She holds a BA from Wellesley College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Anthony Duignan-Cabrera

Anthony is a digital media executive and strategy consultant with deep experience working with the media, as well as B-to-C and B-to-B companies. His clients include Angie’s List, Pirata Group (HK), Ignatica (HK) and Metro USA newspapers (New York, Boston and Philadelphia), as well as Bamboo Technologies (GZ).

Prior to launching his strategy business, Anthony was the founding Editor in Chief of The Open Standard, published by Mozilla. His career has included senior editorial roles at SPACE.com, Patch,AOL's network of nearly 1,000 hyperlocal news sites, and CNNGo, CNN’s local lifestyle news service based in Hong Kong. He’s also worked as a reporter and segment producer for Newsweek, the Miami Herald, People Magazine, and Good Morning America. He has a B.A. in Journalism from San Francisco State University.


Rose Cha

Rose started her career in mortgage banking and fintech where she focused on project management and implementation. At Proxifile she is responsible for the implementation of key business systems for marketing, finance, customer success, and product development. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of California, Irvine.
Growth Marketing

Thao Le

Thao began her career as an agriculture volunteer in Peace Corps/Mali before taking a hard detour into the business world. She learned the business strategy ropes as a management consultant and then worked for a series of socially small businesses and startups in the natural foods industry. After earning her MBA at Stanford, Thao spent 16 years running marketing and new product innovation at Hyland's, the leading manufacturer of OTC homeopathic medicines. Growing it from a small family business into a mid-sized company, she relishes the challenge of building things from scratch and serving as a fierce consumer/customer advocate.

Manchi Leung

Manchi has over 20 years of experience in software development and management. Manchi recently served as Senior Vice President of Engineering in Central Group—the largest retailer in Thailand—leading 150 engineers in their Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh offices. Prior to Central Group, he had been working as Head of Engineering role in Digital River driving agile transformation and building large scale e-commerce. Manchi started his career as a Java consultant and certified as enterprise architect in Sun Microsystems. During his leisure time, he is passionate about culinary arts and social justice issues in developing countries.

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Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein is a practicing attorney with deep experience in bankruptcy law. Most recently he was Legal Counsel for a national pension fund where he managed the Fund’s delinquent contribution and withdrawal liability litigation nationwide. Previously he worked at several firms where he was responsible for federal and state court appearances, representation in complex or adversarial Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy proceedings as well as litigation focused on adversarial bankruptcy matters. He received his BA from American University and JD from Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law.

Reid Kemena

Reid Kemena focuses his practice on Real Estate Law, and more specifically the landlord-tenant relationship. He began as a real estate agent and property manager and developed a deep understanding of the challenges that landlords must face. Previously, he was an associate attorney at the nation's biggest law firm representing landlords. In this capacity, he represented the nation's largest residential landlord in all capacities of the landlord-tenant relationship. He has also represented hundreds of small landlords at thousands of court hearings.

Early in his career he worked directly with the general counsel in a Top 100 Law firm. He was trusted with matters relating to firm compliance and the daily operation of a global firm.

He also volunteers for a Tenant Advocacy group, which seeks to provide legal assistance to at-risk tenants. This experience has given him a much deeper understanding of the true challenges that are unique to landlord-tenant law.

Reid received his BA from West Chester University of Pennsylvania and his JD from Widener University School of Law.

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