The Evolution of Private Capital Markets and Restructuring Dynamics
By Jeffrey R. Unger, September Guest Editor
With the exception of certain out-of-favor industries, such as retail and oil & gas, the pace of restructuring activity has been relatively slow over the last five years. Partially as a result, market participants have continued to anticipate potential catalysts for an imminent recession,...
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Jeffrey Unger is the founder and CEO of G2 Capital Advisors. An accomplished senior executive, investment banker, and restructuring specialist with significant domestic and cross-border experience, he has led organizations to profitability and exit strategies through both uptrend and downtrend cycles. Unger has led or participated in more than 200 M&A and financing transactions and has led more than two dozen restructurings and turnarounds on behalf of financial institutions in and out of bankruptcy as both a CRO and turnaround professional.