Liam Healey
Managing Director

Transactions, Turnaround & Restructuring

Liam Healey is a Managing Director at Ankura based in Sydney. He is a restructuring and corporate advisory professional with more than 18 years of experience in turnaround, restructuring, and insolvency matters.

  • Experience

    Liam provides a variety of services to clients including acting as a safe harbour advisor, undertaking independent business and pre-lending reviews, and providing strategic turnaround and restructuring advice.

    Liam also has extensive formal restructuring and insolvency experience (receiverships, voluntary administrations, and liquidations) including the trading and sale of distressed businesses and real property.

    Liam has undertaken engagements across a range of industries and geographies, and has expertise in mining and mining services, energy and renewables, real estate, retail, hospitality, and technology.

    Liam’s professional experience includes:

    • Safe harbour advisor to an ASX listed company with operations in Europe and the United States.
    • Led an independent business review of the Australian operations of a global retailer for the London based lending syndicate.
    • Safe Harbour and restructuring advisor to an ASX listed diversified investment company.
    • Safe Harbour advisor to a startup technology business.
    • Providing restructuring advice to a global apparel business.
    • Independent business review for the lender and subsequent trading receivership of WDS Limited, an ASX listed company providing diversified services to the mining and energy sectors.
    • Voluntary Administration of Antares Energy Limited, an ASX listed company with oil and gas projects located in the Permian Basin, Texas, United States.
    • Providing strategic advice in respect of real property assets, including advising clients in relation to restructuring lease portfolios, and facilitating the sale of over AUD$300 million of distressed property.
    • Providing strategic advice to clients to assist them with the acquisition of businesses out of formal insolvency processes.

  • Insights & innovation