Waiting for the Cycle: The Distressed Middle Market in 2019 and Beyond
By Luis Pillich, Director, Stout
Like Vladimir and Estragon in Samuel Beckett’s famous play “Waiting for Godot,” distressed investors have spent a substantial amount of time awaiting the arrival of their own mysterious figure: the next distressed cycle. Over the past decade, this elusive Godot has failed to materialize, despite...
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Luis A. Pillich is a director in the Special Situations Group at Stout. He brings nearly 20 years of private equity, financial advisory, and capital markets experience to Stout’s Investment Banking practice. He has significant knowledge of special situation transactions and has advised companies in all aspects of mergers and acquisitions, complex valuations, and capital raising activities for clients, both domestically and internationally. Pillich has led successful transactions in the manufacturing, distribution, defense, and media industries, among others. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.