Hilco Commercial Industrial has recently been implementing organizational changes aimed at bolstering its commercial and industrial investment capabilities. The company restructured its team, which will be driven by a clear investment focus and target key areas, including going concern acquisitions, elongated wind-downs, special situations lending, and asset monetization/M&A facilitation. The firm will be active in multiple sectors, including pulp, paper and packaging; oil and gas; automotive and mobility; chemicals; steel and metal production; generation and utilities; heavy and light industrial; food and beverage; and transportation and distribution.

Following the restructuring process, Hilco Commercial Industrial’s leadership team is now made up of Steven Tanzi as CEO, Rob Wilson as CFO and Brent Bonham as executive vice president. The team also features professionals in new business and execution. On the new business side, Thomas J. Boniface and Heather Morgan will serve as senior vice presidents. On the execution side, John Sharpe will serve as executive vice president, Mallory Rittgarn will serve as senior vice president and Daniel Pravich will serve as senior associate. In addition, Mimoza Rroji and Kirstin Clar will assist the team in the areas of financial close process support and back-office support.

“With our vast experience spanning virtually every industry and asset class, Hilco Commercial Industrial is uniquely positioned to understand the complex needs of our partners,” Tanzi said. “With our dedicated team and the comprehensive resources of the Hilco Global platform, we are committed to delivering strategic investments that drive growth and maximize value while empowering commercial and industrial businesses with our innovative investment solutions. These solutions could include becoming an important part of the Hilco family of portfolio companies, providing capital through a special situation financing solution or a monetization event helping to navigate through challenging waters and providing liquidity.”