Lincoln International has added Alexander Stevenson to its Restructuring and Special Situations Group. Mr. Stevenson joins the firm as a Managing Director and he will be based in Lincoln International’s Los Angeles office. Mr. Stevenson will be teaming up with Joe Radecki, Managing Director and Head of Lincoln International’s Restructuring and Special Situations Group, based in New York.
“We are committed to building the leading restructuring and special situations capability in the middle-market. Regardless of the volume in the restructuring market, when you have the opportunity to hire a banker of Alex’s caliber, you take it,” said Jim Lawson, Chairman of Lincoln International.
Mr. Stevenson joins Lincoln International from FocalPoint Securities, where he led the restructuring and special situations practice. Prior to his time at FocalPoint Securities, he was a Managing Director at Ernst & Young Corporate Finance where he was a senior member of the restructuring practice.
Mr. Stevenson has seventeen years of experience advising companies, creditors and other stakeholders in a variety of distressed and special situations involving the resolution of approximately $16 billion of financial obligations. Advising clients from both public and private companies, hedge funds, lender groups, committees and buyers of distressed assets, Mr. Stevenson’s industry experience includes distressed M&A, amendments, waivers, debt for equity conversions, plans of reorganization and Chapter 11 processes.
“I am very excited to join the Lincoln team,” said Mr. Stevenson. “The firm’s industry depth, international reach, valuation expertise and debt placement capabilities are powerful assets for our clients in any restructuring situation and are unmatched in the middle market.”
Lincoln International specializes in merger and acquisition advisory services, debt advisory services, private capital raising and restructuring advice on mid-market transactions. The firm also provides fairness opinions, valuations and pension advisory services on a wide range of transaction sizes. Lincoln International has fourteen offices in the Americas, Asia and Europe, and is headquartered in Chicago (www.lincolninternational.com).
“Alex’s capabilities in restructuring advisory services heartily supplement the already established expertise Lincoln has in the field. As we continue through the economic cycle, Alex will be a strong asset to our firm and many of Lincoln’s clients will benefit from Alex’s perspective and advice,” said Rob Barr, Lincoln International’s CEO North America.
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