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Kinetic Partners announces Mike Seery joins corporate recovery and restructuring advisory practice

Monday, July 25, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Kinetic Partners, a global professional services firm to the asset management, investment banking and brokerage community, today announced that it has added Mike Seery to the firm’s growing corporate recovery and restructuring advisory practice.

Mr. Seery brings twenty years of restructuring and investment banking experience to Kinetic Partners, where his responsibilities have included representing lenders, bondholders, and equity committees in both out-of-court restructurings and bankruptcy proceedings. He also has vast experience in asset sales and capital raisings, and in leading due diligence and valuation engagements. At Kinetic Partners, he will take an active role in furthering the growth of the firm’s US-based restructuring practice. His role is part of the firm’s increased focus on restructuring advisory, creditor’s committees, business valuations and financings.

Prior to joining Kinetic Partners, Mr. Seery was the Senior Vice President of Financial Restructuring at CRT Investment Banking. Before CRT, he also held senior roles with Chanin Capital Partners, Peregrine Fixed Income Limited and Merrill Lynch.

“Mike is a highly respected professional in this industry and brings a great deal of both practical and technical experience into this role,” said Geoff Varga, Member, Corporate Recovery and Restructuring at Kinetic Partners. “We are fortunate to have him join our team and we believe he will prove to be a great asset in the ongoing growth and development of the firm.”

Neil Morris, Member, Operational Risk, added: “We are delighted that Mike has joined our firm. His vast experience and sector expertise will significantly accelerate our expansion in the areas of restructuring advisory and business valuation.”

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