Investment bank Greenhill added George Mack to the firm as a managing director and co-head of Financing Advisory & Restructuring for North America, based in New York.
Mack was most recently head of the Global Restructuring and Finance group at Barclays Capital. He has 18 years of experience advising on the restructuring, purchase, sale and financing of companies in a wide range of industries in all stages of financial distress. He began his career at Lehman Brothers, where he worked until its acquisition by Barclays.
Scott L. Bok, CEO of Greenhill, said, “We are pleased to enhance our restructuring advisory team with the addition of a banker of George’s experience and expertise. In addition to our continuing efforts to build out our industry sector teams, we are also seeking to deepen our transaction advisory capabilities, both for restructuring and M&A.”
Eric Mendelsohn, head of Greenhill’s Financing Advisory & Restructuring Group for North America, said, “Our restructuring team had a strong performance in 2016 and is on track for another good year in 2017. We are building on that success by increasing the scale of our team. Adding another senior banker who has played a leadership role in restructuring for a major global financial institution is a major step in that direction. We plan to further expand our team as opportunities arise.”