By Jesse DelConte, Raymond Li & Conor McShane, Directors, AlixPartners
When a company is on the bankruptcy highway, one of the goals is to exit as quickly and smoothly as possible, leaving the uncertainty of the process behind and putting all of management’s time into optimizing the business. It’s no wonder, then, that two recent ultrafast bankruptcy cases have...
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Raymond Li is a director at AlixPartners in New York. He provides objective and decisive leadership to management teams during periods of strategic change, applying more than 10 years of experience advising large and middle-market companies on a variety of turnaround and transformation initiatives. He is currently advising a pharmaceutical company and recently guided Sungard through a successful restructuring. Li holds a bachelor’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA from New York University.
Conor McShane is a director at AlixPartners in New York. He has more than 10 years of experience leading management teams through financial restructurings and M&A processes across various industries. Most recently, He played a leading role in two notable restructurings in the technology sector, advising Avaya through an award-winning $8 billion restructuring and subsequent IPO and helping Sungard navigate a successful $1.3 billion express prepack. He is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, and ESSEC Business School, Paris.
Jesse DelConte, CFA, is a director at AlixPartners in New York. He leads distressed companies through in-court and out-of-court restructurings, bringing more than 15 years of advisory experience across cash flow modeling, business plan development, due diligence, valuation, bankruptcy reporting, and sale of assets. He guided FullBeauty through a successful bankruptcy and was part of award-winning restructuring teams on Avaya and Sabine Oil & Gas. DelConte is a graduate of the University of Virginia.