The American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) appointed Ken Mann as co-chair of their Financial Advisor and Investment Banking Committee. Mann is a Managing Director at SC&H Capital, a leading investment banking and advisory firm, where he spearheads the Special Situations team in providing distressed M&A advisory to private company business owners and offering creative solutions for clients. With more than 25 years of experience, Mann leads the team’s go-to-market strategy, lender and attorney interface, offer and purchase agreement negotiation, and everything in between.
“I’m excited that Ken will bring his vast experience in investment banking and bankruptcy and his energetic leadership to this revitalization of an important ABI member committee,” said Robert Reynolds, President of ABI. “I can’t wait to see the committee leadership team he assembles, and I expect great things from the Financial Advisor and Investment Banking Committee in the years ahead.”
The American Bankruptcy Institute is a key player in providing congressional leaders and the public with reporting and analysis of bankruptcy regulations, laws and trends. With 18 different committees and more than 12,000 members in multi-disciplinary roles, ABI provides educational conferences, networking opportunities and other events to strengthen relationships in the industry and develop leadership roles.
To learn more, visit: www.abi.org
About SC&H Capital
SC&H Capital, an affiliate of SC&H Group, is an investment banking and advisory firm providing mergers and acquisitions (M&A), employee stock ownership plans (ESOP), special situations and business valuations to middle market companies nationwide. SC&H Capital delivers services across numerous industries including technology, healthcare, manufacturing, business and professional services and government contracting. Recognized for delivering relevant market insights and tailored solutions, SC&H Capital helps owners achieve their true strategic value. To learn more, visit www.schcapital.com