Jamie Lisac Joins Dresner Partners to Lead Financial Restructuring and Corporate Turnaround Practice
|Wednesday, August 25, 2010|
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Mr. Lisac specializes in complex corporate restructurings and reorganizations of distressed middle-market companies, both in and outside of Chapter 11, either on behalf of the company or its stakeholders. He has also advised clients on finance, accounting and treasury management operations as well as the formulation and implementation of cost reduction initiatives while serving in senior level interim management roles. Mr. Lisac has a broad range of industry experience including automotive, sub-prime mortgage, energy, printing, retail and wholesale music and entertainment, public utilities and distribution and manufacturing. Prior to joining Dresner Partners, Mr. Lisac held senior positions at leading restructuring firms AlixPartners and FTI Consulting.
Steven M. Dresner, president and founder of Dresner Partners said, “Dresner Partners is dedicated to serving our clients at every stage of the business life cycle. We see an increasing need to provide restructuring services to the middle market and Jamie brings the highly specialized expertise required to help our clients succeed in today’s challenging credit markets and economic climate.”
“Middle-market companies have had far less access to credit than larger companies over approximately the last year which will create significant challenges for middle market companies in the near future. Dresner Partners is well positioned and highly qualified to provide financial restructuring and corporate turnaround services to these companies and I am very excited to join a firm with such a strong reputation in the middle market,” said Mr. Lisac.
Mr. Lisac holds an MBA with an emphasis in Finance from Saint Louis University and received his BS in Business from the University of Missouri – Columbia. Mr. Lisac is a Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor and a Certified Turnaround Professional. He is a member of the Turnaround Management Association, American Bankruptcy Institute, Association of Corporate Growth, Commercial Finance Association and the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisers.