Ken is a Managing Director with SC&H Capital, where he provides distressed M&A advisory to private company business owners. He has personally handled unique sets of circumstances and found appropriate, innovative solutions for more than 300 middle-market businesses.
With more than 25 years of experience, Ken specializes in everything from driving go-to-market strategies for engagements, interfacing with lenders and attorneys, negotiating offers and purchase agreements, conducting auctions, to testifying in court in support of the firm’s clients’ transactions.
Ken is most passionate about having the privilege of getting to know entrepreneurs’ stories of how their business came to fruition and evolved. He appreciates being a part of a team that works together to find a solution to help a business save jobs, survive, and thrive. His favorite part of working with these organizations is earning the trust and respect of what may be strangers at the start of a transaction, converting them into trusting advocates of SC&H Capital.
Outside of the office, Ken is extremely active in the community. He serves as a member of the Salisbury University Executive Advisory Council and is on the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum board, where he serves on the Finance Committee. He is the Founder/Chairperson of the Tour de Talbot and the Chesapeake Tour de Cure cycling events, which benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the American Diabetes Association. In addition to his board involvement, he is an active volunteer with the YMCA of the Chesapeake, where he previously served as board chair.
Ken is an active member of the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) and is a member of the Asset Sales and the Investment Banking Committees. He has presented many workshops for ABI and Turnaround Management Association (TMA) as well as the Florida Bar and Mississippi Bankruptcy Conferences. He has been published in the ABI Journal, TMA’s Journal of Corporate Renewal, Asset Based Lending (ABL) Advisor, and ABF Journal.
Ken earned his bachelor’s in business administration with a marketing concentration from Salisbury University. He is a registered Real Estate Agent in Florida and holds hundreds of hours of continuing education related to commercial real estate, bankruptcy/insolvency, and maximizing return in the sale of troubled companies. He has testified in numerous cases as an expert witness in bankruptcy courts regarding bid procedures and maximizing value in a sale.
When he’s not with his team or clients, Ken is an avid cycler who loves to travel, read, and participate in anything on the water, whether cruising, fishing, paddle boarding, etc. He and his wife have two grown daughters and live in Easton, MD.
Ken is a FINRA Registered Investment Banking Representative (Series 79).
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