Tiger Capital Group promoted Gail Glave from director of field financial operations to managing director.
Glave serves as both a senior financial analyst and operations specialist, and is responsible for financial modeling, tracking and analyzing daily sales data as well as the on-site management of Tiger’s field supervisors.
Glave began her career with Tiger as an assistant financial analyst at The Nassi Group (Tiger’s predecessor company) in 1997. She was promoted to lead financial analyst in 2003 and director of field financial operations in 2017. Prior to Tiger, she was jewelry operations director at Best Products from 1986 to 1996, where she managed communications to 230 jewelry managers, designed operational plans and created special promotional events.
“Gail is on the leading edge of liquidation analysis,” Michael McGrail, COO at Tiger Capital Group, said. “Her leadership role in developing Tiger’s Insight Analytics is grounded in her ability to analyze data at the most granular level to find insights that improve our client’s operations and sales. On top of that, her store-level expertise in retail operations, including merchandising and discount modeling is unmatched. She brings a valuable merchant’s perspective to all Tiger projects.”
Over the course of her 23-year long career at Tiger and The Nassi Group, Glave managed selective store closing sales and chainwide liquidations for such brands as Kmart, Lord & Taylor, Payless Shoe Source, Toys “R” Us, Modell’s, Gander Mountain, Sports Authority, Bon-Ton Stores, Circuit City, Border’s, Cost Plus World Market, Fashion Bug, Linens ’n Things, Fred Meyer Jewelers, Saks Off Fifth, Whitehall Jewelers and Shreve, Crump & Low Fine Jewelers.