By Reed Gillis, Jeannie Kim, and Luis Pillich, January/February Guest Editors
As the U.S. economy continues its upward trajectory, confounding repeated predictions of an imminent down cycle, turnaround professionals in general, and distressed investors in particular, continue to watch for signs of the next distressed cycle. For this issue of the Journal of Corporate...
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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.
Reed Gillis is a partner with the special situation investment firm Three Line Capital. With over 20 years of real estate investment and lower middle market experience, Gillis has provided full-service, customized capital solutions to community, regional, and money center banks as a principal purchaser of performing, distressed, and REO assets, completing over $1 billion in transactions. He has also been involved in multiple transactions focusing on companies in need of senior debt restructuring or operational turnaround. Gillis is a past president of TMA Rocky Mountain.
Jeannie Kim is an attorney in Sheppard Mullin’s Finance & Bankruptcy Practice Group. She represents corporate debtors in possession, committees of unsecured creditors, Chapter 11 trustees, financial institutions, commercial landlords, asset purchasers, and vendors in all aspects of complex Chapter 11 cases, related litigation, state and federal receivership cases, state court insolvency proceedings, and out-of-court workouts spanning a range of industries. Kim also represents financial institutions in asset-based lending transactions and provides general legal counsel to commercial clients.