Turnaround Tools: “Use the right tool for the job.” Learn from some of the best technicians in the industry the tools of the turnaround trade: from cashflow, appraisal, and historical financial tools to liquidation and wind down tools.
Session Directors: Angela Allen, Derek Abbott, Justin Alberto, Felicia Gerber Perlman, and Reed Gillis
Willliam Snyder, CTP, CR3 Partners, LLC
Brian Maloney, AlixPartners
Bassem Mansour, Resilience Capital Partners
M. Natasha Labovitz, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
With executive and entrepreneurial experience spanning close to 40 years, William Snyder, CTP, has restructured, managed and guided a multitude of companies in a wide variety of industries.
Mr. Snyder is a broadly experienced restructuring professional who has participated in the restructuring of hundred of companies and has acted as a fiduciary in many cases. Snyder brings a meaningful style of results-driven leadership to complex and crisis situations. Mr. Snyder has been a partner in several firms. Most recently, Mr. Snyder was the Market Offering Leader for the Deloitte Corporate Restructuring Practice in the U.S. and the Americas.
Mr. Snyder holds a Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) designation from the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and is a fellow for the American College of Bankruptcy. He is a frequent speaker and presenter on a wide range of turnaround topics.
Brian Maloney of AlixPartners works closely with underperforming companies in a wide variety of corporate recovery situations. His experience, amassed over more than a decade, includes cash flow forecasting, long-term financial modeling, business segment rationalization, and restructuring plan scenario analysis and implementation. Brian has experience across a multitude of industries, including manufacturing, retail, transportation, and gaming. He has provided restructuring services for clients involved in American, Canadian, and Australian insolvency proceedings.
Bassem Mansour co-founded Resilience Capital Partners in 2001. Bassem is involved in all aspects of the firm's operations, including investment decisions, portfolio company oversight and investor relations.
Since 1994, he has been involved in principal investing, leveraged buyouts, Chapter 11 reorganizations, out-of-court restructurings, and other mergers and acquisitions. Prior to founding Resilience, Bassem Mansour was an investment banker with McDonald Investments.
Bassem Mansour is a member of the Cleveland Chapter of Young Presidents Organization as well as several professional organizations, and is a frequent speaker on private equity and distressed investing.
M. Natasha Labovitz is a corporate partner and Chair of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP’s Business Restructuring & Workouts Group. Ms. Labovitz has extensive experience advising a range of clients, including private equity firms, fund investors and portfolio companies, in complex corporate restructurings and transactions, representing debtors and creditors in and out of bankruptcy and in cross-border insolvencies across multiple jurisdictions. She was named “Best in Insolvency & Restructuring” by Euromoney Legal Media Group at the Americas Women in Business Law Awards 2018 and was selected as Dealmaker of the Year by The American Lawyer in 2015. She also received Turnaround Management Association’s 2016 “Transaction of the Year: Large Company Award” for her role in advising Altegrity in its Chapter 11 proceedings and successful restructuring of more than $1.8 billion in funded indebtedness.
Ms. Labovitz is ranked as a leading restructuring lawyer by Chambers USA, where clients say “she is very calm, provides excellent business advice, knows the Bankruptcy Code inside and out, and keeps what is always a contentious crowd level-headed and on the right path.” She is also recommended by The Legal 500 US, where she has been described as an “excellent advocate and deal doer,” and was recognized in each of 2014 and 2015 by Turnarounds & Workouts in their annual list of twelve Outstanding Restructuring Lawyers in the United States. Ms. Labovitz was named “MVP” for 2015 by Law360 for her exceptional work in restructuring.