HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#Bankruptcy–Drew McManigle, Founder and Managing Director of Houston-based MACCO Restructuring Group, LLC (MACCO), stated, “I’m very pleased to announce notable additions to our bench as we continue to grow to better serve the increasing needs of middle-market companies who find themselves in financial or operational peril.”
Beth Carpenter has joined MACCO as a Managing Director leading our healthcare practice. Beth brings an outstanding record of success driving bottom-line profitability improvements, revenue growth and employee performance in the highly regulated healthcare environment, including the home healthcare, hospice and durable medical goods segments.
David L. Denbina, P.E., who had previously led the energy special assets team for one of the top ten U.S. banks, has also joined MACCO as a Managing Director. His knowledge of banking, business workouts, restructuring and his valuation experience, across a broad array of diverse industries, will be invaluable to both MACCO’s debtor and lender clients.
Pablo Bonjour, who joins MACCO as a Sr. Financial Analyst, brings a high level of expertise in conducting in-depth assessments, valuations and building comprehensive, custom financial models. He has a proven track record of discovering areas of improvement, developing and implementing financial, strategic and operational plans that provide bottom-line solutions.
Micah Miller, who also joins MACCO as a Sr. Financial Analyst, has significant publicly traded, private company and family office experience in accounting, financial analytics and modeling. He has acted as Comptroller or CFO with knowledge that extends to complex bankruptcy regulation and compliance issues.
Kathy Mayle, MBA, has been promoted to Director. “Kathy, with her deep understanding of the Chapter 11 process, her attention to detailed financial analysis together with her marketing savvy, has become essential to MACCO’s practice.”
McManigle continued, “We are excited about the dynamic growth we are experiencing as we continue to add to the MACCO team of ‘first responders’ professional experts that can act quickly and execute precisely to put out the fire and protect the stakeholders from getting burned.”