Lines Are Blurring Among Traditional Roles Dealing with Distressed Businesses
By Charlie Perer, Co-founder, SG Credit Partners
The well-known pop song “Blurred Lines” is about the conflict between societies’ desire for more and the desire to respect boundaries. The song could be describing the current state of affairs between and among investment banks, on the one hand, and, on the other, turnaround firms and accounting...
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Charlie Perer is the co-founder of SG Credit Partners Inc. (SGCP) and head of originations for the firm. In 2018, Perer and Marc Cole led the spin out of Super G Capital’s cash flow, technology, and special situations division to form SGCP. Perer joined Super G in 2014 to establish the cash-flow lending division, building a deal team with national reach and generating $150 million in originations. Prior to that, he had co-founded Intermix Capital Partners LLC. He can be reached at email@example.com.