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Alan Handley has extensive experience providing financial and operational consulting to debtors, secured lenders, unsecured creditors’ committees, bondholders’ committees and private equity funds in both out-of-court restructurings and Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. During his nearly eighteen years in financial consulting, he has also worked in corporate finance, banking, M&A and international privatizations/ restructurings. Alan has experienced tremendous success in advising and working with under-performing companies to execute complex troubled debt refinancings. He has also advised and worked with financially distressed companies to develop cost containment and asset rationalization plans, improve liquidity, re-engineer financial and other back-office functions, and enhance cash flow.

Alan has served as the Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller for a Chicago based health care distribution firm and has fulfilled the duties of Chief Restructuring Officer of one of the largest multi national steel fabrication companies in the United States. Most recently Alan is the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Aldridge Electric, a $300 million heavy civil construction company headquartered in Chicago with offices throughout the United States.

Alan’s industry experience includes, retail, steel, manufacturing, distribution, airline, aviation repair and maintenance, energy, heavy construction, horticulture, and telecommunications.

Alan has advised companies in various matters, including Wilson’s The Leather Expert, Casual Male, Havens Steel, Midas International, e.Spire Communications, El Taca, ICG, TWA, and Coca-Cola. He has also advised the official unsecured creditors’ committee in the bankruptcy of General Cinemas, Jerome Duncan Ford and the bondholders’ committee of LTV Steel. Additionally, Alan has successfully negotiated and provided financial advisory services in numerous out-of-court workouts, including Avborne, Inc., Midas International, Eschelon Telecommunications, US LEC and various other troubled companies.
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