Malfettone will work with global transaction advisory leaders to identify solutions to maximize emerging merger and acquisition and private equity trends.
Malfettone has more than 40 years of senior leadership experience spanning public accounting, financial services and asset management while covering several industries, including manufacturing, distribution, technology, services and retail. Before joining A&M, Malfettone served in multiple roles at Clayton Dubilier & Rice, including as senior managing director, head of operations, chief compliance officer, head of portfolio procurement and risk manager.
Malfettone also served at Oak Hill Capital Partners as a partner, chief operating officer and chief compliance officer. Prior to that, he spent 12 years at GE Capital in various senior management positions, including corporate controller, executive vice president, CFO and managing director of GE Equity. Malfettone also served as the executive vice president and CFO for the specialty chemical company, MacDermid, and as an audit partner at KPMG.
“John’s appointment builds on the breadth of our senior advisors’ industry and functional expertise and augments our ability to address client’s transaction concerns. Against the backdrop of market volatility, regulatory challenges and COVID-19 recovery concerns, our focus is on maximizing transaction value. John’s expertise enhances A&M’s boots-on-the-ground approach in service of value creation for our private equity and corporates clients,” Paul Aversano, global practice leader of A&M’s global transaction advisory group, said.
“John’s experience and track record aligns with our leadership, action, results approach and furthers our ability to anticipate the market’s shifting demands. His deep knowledge base and ability to discern future issues will benefit clients seeking solutions today ahead of tomorrow’s challenges,” Anthony Caporrino, managing director and the U.S. practice leader of A&M’s global transaction advisory group, said.
Editor’s Note: The original headline for this post misspelled Malfettone’s last name. The error has been fixed. ABF Journal apologizes for the error.