Laura Macca, director of business transformation within EisnerAmper’s enterprise technology and information services group, was shortlisted in the category of “U.S. Digital Transformation Leader of the Year” for DiversityQ’s esteemed Women in IT Awards.
As COVID-19 continues to cause incredible stress on healthcare organizations, Michael Sandnes of EisnerAmper explains how CEOs must create a solid game plan and demonstrate flexibility both during and after a Chapter 11 filing.
Robert D. Katz of EisnerAmper takes a broad look at the current lending environment during the COVID-19 pandemic and outlines pressure points, advantages and opportunities.
EisnerAmper promoted Lori F. Reiner to the newly created role of chief people officer. She steps into this role from her current position as the partner-in-charge of the firm’s Philadelphia office. Paul Dougherty will succeed Reiner in Philadelphia.
No company wants to go through a turnaround process. Once the worst has happened, a company often needs the help of not only outside consultants, but lenders and creditors that won’t jump ship at the first sign of trouble. Turnaround professional Robert Katz, winner of this year’s M&A Advisor “Distressed M&A Dealmaker of the Year” award, discusses companies that have hit bottom and how they came out the other side.
Robert Katz, managing director in EisnerAmper’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group, was named “Distressed M&A Deakmaker of the Year” by M&A Advisor.
The Philadelphia Credit and Restructuring Summit celebrated its 10th anniversary by moving to a new location and adding a panel of women executives to the lineup. Lenders, turnaround professionals and bankruptcy judges enjoyed a round of Judicial Jeopardy before discussing serious matters ranging from possible federal tariffs on foreign goods to the ramifications of the Supreme Court’s ruling on structured dismissals in bankruptcy.