Mackinac Partners, a financial advisory, turnaround management and restructuring firm expanded its practice with a new office in Boston.

The firm also added turnaround and restructuring executive Matthew Pascucci to the firm as a managing director. Pascucci is based in Boston and joins Senior Managing Director Michael Nowlan and Managing Director Craig Boucher in expanding the firm’s presence on the East Coast.

“We are very pleased to welcome Matt to our new Boston office,” Mackinac Partners Founder and Managing Partner Jim Weissenborn said. “Matt has an excellent track record of guiding large and middle market companies and their stakeholders through periods of transition and transformation. We look forward to leveraging Matt’s experience and industry depth in continuing to provide superior results for our clients.”

Pascucci, who previously served as managing director in Deloitte’s Corporate Restructuring group, has served as chief restructuring officer (CRO) and in lead restructuring advisory roles for distressed and underperforming companies across a wide range of industries including construction, consumer products, equipment leasing, industrial manufacturing, professional services, restaurant, retail and travel & hospitality.

Mackinac Partners also added Matthew Lapish and Chris Byrne as directors in Boston. Lapish, a former managing director for Chapel Street Capital, has significant experience in due diligence, financial analysis, budget development, cash flow modeling, business valuations, capital raising, mergers and acquisitions and divestitures, including §363 sales.

Byrne most recently served as a strategy and corporate development analyst for L-Com Global Connectivity, an international manufacturer of telecommunications connectivity products. Byrne has deep experience in financial analysis, financial forecasting, cash flow modeling, buy side due diligence business valuations, divestitures and carve-outs, internal controls and acquisition integration.