At its heart, Proxifile is about access to justice for anyone who is owed.  

It’s not that mechanisms for enforcement don’t exist, it’s just that they’re almost impossible to utilize to their best advantage without expert assistance, which comes at a price that is too steep for most. 
The result? Claimants hit hurdles or fall into traps which not only compromise their ability to recover what they are owed but could also put their assets in jeopardy. Overwhelmed, claimants often just leave money on the table.
Proxifile was created to help individuals and companies navigate the complexities of protecting your assets and managing claims processes at an affordable price.  
With deep experience in law, banking, and technology, the Proxifile team is committed to developing a suite of products and services that put compliance, accountability, and accessibility at the forefront of claims processes.


Cassindy Chao, Co-Founder and CEO

Cas began her career in investment banking in where she developed the equities market in China for Bear Stearns, J.P. Morgan, and Goldman Sachs. She then transitioned to operational leadership roles in both established and emerging companies where she managed finance, sales, and legal teams. In addition, she has deep experience in corporate restructuring, wind-down and asset liquidation. She previously co-founded and led business development efforts for a MEMS device company which had revenue in excess of $40M. She received a BA from Wellesley College and was selected to be a Marshall Memorial Fellow.

 

Neil Peretz, Co-Founder and Legal

Neil began his career in management consulting and investment banking and has held CEO, CFO, COO, and General Counsel roles at 6 venture backed startups with sale and public offering exits. He was a Trial Attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Division, corporate and financial section which represents most federal agencies in matters related to bankruptcy and other claim mechanisms for industries including mortgage lending, telecommunications, healthcare, and real estate. He served as Technology Advisor to the Bankruptcy Rules Committee and co-founded the Office of Enforcement at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau  (CDPB). 
He is the author of the Operational GC column in the Association of Corporate Counsel Docket, the Bankruptcy Guide for Creditors chapter in Wolters Kluwer’s Treatise on Judgment Enforcement, and numerous law review articles.  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. He 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. 

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