Kellogg Hosts Corporate Restructuring Case Competition
11/1/2005 - The Kellogg School of Management hosted the second annual Corporate Restructuring Case Competition on November 12. The competition provided an opportunity for students to solve a hypothetical realistic business case of a distressed company, before an audience of experts in the turnaround, crisis management and restructuring industries. The competition was sponsored by Houlihan, Lokey, Howard and Zukin and the American Bankruptcy Institute.
The Kellogg School was represented by second year students Barry Dubin, Mahesh Jadhav, Michael Jakola and Olga Khaniaeva. The Kellogg students were among the top four teams after the first day of the competition, which advanced them to the finals. In the end, students from New York University 's Stern School of Business took first place, and the Kellogg team finished fourth.
Schools represented in the competition were: University of California-Berkeley (Haas), University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, Columbia Business School, Dartmouth College (Tuck), Duke University (Fuqua),University of Michigan (Ross), New York University (Stern), University of Pennsylvania (Wharton), Stanford Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia (Darden) and Yale School of Management.