ACCOMPANYING SLIDESHOW: BankruptcyRestructuring-Final.ppt
Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011
2 p.m. EST/11 a.m. PDT
What's the outlook for this sector in 2012? As the year draws to a close, which industry and market sectors still have a lot of companies on life support? How can dealmakers benefit? Find out firsthand what some of the biggest restructuring stories were for 2011 and where we are headed in the coming months. Join the Deal's editor at large Matt Miller for our upcoming Bankruptcy and Restructuring Outlook.
After listening to this 60-minute complimentary webcast full of in-depth analysis with our editor and notable dealmaking experts, you'll have a refreshed perspective on the key factors that will make the difference to your firm's future success.
The Deal LLC
As editor at large at The Deal LLC, Matt Miller has written feature
stories investigating the successes and struggles of major metropolitan
areas like Cleveland, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, San Diego and Boston, and
covered the bankruptcies of Catholic dioceses around the country
resulting from incidents of sexual abuse by priests.
Miller has spent more than 25 years in business journalism, with much of that time based in Asia for The Wall Street Journal Asia. He opened The Wall Street Journal Asia's New Delhi bureau, was bureau chief in Manila and an investigative reporter based in Hong Kong, where he broke stories on a number of major financial scandals. He also was the Pacific Rim correspondent for The San Diego Union-Tribune and has contributed to the BBC, NPR, Institutional Investor, the Far Eastern Economic Review and the Los Angeles Times.
Charles M. Moore
senior managing director
distribution, consumer products, construction and real estate industries. Working for debtor, creditor and customer constituents, Moore has negotiated and executed debt restructuring and reorganization transactions in both out-of-court and Chapter filing settings, and provides assistance in planning and executing the sale and liquidations of businesses. Moore also has extensive experience with defined benefit pension plans and other post-retirement employee benefits. He is accomplished in both financial and operational aspects of corporate revitalization.
Before joining Conway MacKenzie in 2001, Moore was the chief financial officer of a privately owned automotive supplier. Previously, he was a manager in the middle market consulting practice of Deloitte & Touche.
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
Harvey R. Miller currently is a partner in the New York City based international law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP where he had been a member of the firm's management committee for over 25 years and created and developed the firm's Business Finance & Restructuring department specializing in reorganizing distressed business entities.
From September 2002 to March 2007, he was a managing director and vice chairman of Greenhill & Co.; adjunct associate professor of Law 1974-76, and adjunct professor of Law 1976 to present, New York University Law School; visiting lecturer, Yale Law School, 1983-84; lecturer in Law 2000 to present, Columbia University School of Law; member, board of visitors Columbia University School of Law through 2002; member, Dean's Council Columbia University School of Law 2003-present; member, National Bankruptcy Conference; fellow, American College of Bankruptcy; fellow of the American Bar Foundation; trustee, Committee on Economic Development.
Tiffany Kosch is a managing director of H.I.G. Capital and is a senior member of H.I.G.'s Bayside distressed investments team. She has over ten years of private equity investing experience in a broad range of industries including business services, manufacturing, distribution and retail. Kosch has been involved in all aspects of the investment process including sourcing, transaction structuring, financing, and execution of post closing growth strategies. She currently serves on the board of numerous H.I.G. portfolio companies.
Prior to joining H.I.G., Kosch was a director with Levin Leichtman Capital Partners. In this role, she was responsible for investment analysis and working with the management of portfolio companies to create value. Prior to Levin Leichtman, Kosch worked in the private equity group at Patricof and Co. and Perry Capital. She earned a bachelor of science from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.