Joseph Marchese, Patrick Diercks and Brian Allen, who are all partners at Clear Thinking Group, earned the Certified Turnaround Professional designation by the Turnaround Management Association.
Clear Thinking Group announced that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota approved its retention by Stock+Field under section 363 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, and that Michael Wesley, a partner with Clear Thinking Group, will serve as chief restructuring officer during the Stock+Field Chapter 11 process.
Management consulting firm Clear Thinking Group promoted Brian Allen to partner of the firm. Allen has more than 25 years of experience in senior finance positions, serving as interim CFO, chief accounting officer, controller and consultant throughout his career.
Gennady Spivak joined New Jersey-based advisory firm Clear Thinking Group as a managing director. Prior to joining Clear Thinking Group, Spivak was a senior manager in the corporate recovery and litigation services practice of an accounting firm.
The Secured Finance Network’s 76th Annual Convention, “This Way Forward,” will take place from Nov. 17 to 19 and will cover financial, economic and political disruptions that banks and finance companies face in the midst of a pandemic and the aftermath of the U.S. election.
To enhance integrated communications planning and implementation for mergers & acquisitions and corporate restructurings, Clear Thinking Group has formed a strategic partnership with Highlander Consulting.
Marsh Supermarkets has filed under Chapter 11 to enable its business to continue normally at it seeks a buyer for all or part of its grocery store chain. Lee Diercks, partner of Clear Thinking Group, is acting as chief restructuring officer.