By Matthew Henry, Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal and Brian Soper, Managing Director, Stretto
Throughout a retail restructuring, from the prefiling period through the winddown of the proceedings, debtors and their professionals face unique challenges that arise from the nature of retail operations and the resulting direct impact on liquidity management. Although not an exhaustive...
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Matthew Henry is a managing director with Alvarez & Marsal North American Commercial Restructuring in Los Angeles. His clients have spanned industries that include retail, wholesale, manufacturing, media, energy, and real estate. Situational needs have included crisis management, operational improvement, and balance sheet restructuring. Henry was recently engaged by iHeartMedia, a $16 billion media company, and Seadrill, an $8 billion offshore drilling company, to advise on their respective balance sheet restructurings via Chapter 11.
Brian Soper is a managing director with Stretto. He has overseen the development and expansion of the firm’s Corporate Restructuring team for nearly 10 years and serves on its executive management team. He has streamlined account implementation procedures between Stretto’s banking and client support teams. Soper has directed the onboarding, management, and securitization of approximately $4 billion in estate funds for public and privately held companies in such diverse sectors as energy, healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, and retail.