Russell Perry is a Managing Director at Ankura with more than a decade of experience across complex financial situations involving distressed companies, with an emphasis on the US healthcare market. Russell’s financial advisory experience spans interim management, financial statement analysis, financial projection development, liquidity and cash management, M&A support, stakeholder negotiations, balance sheet recapitalization/restructuring, DIP financing/sourcing, and bankruptcy preparation. His current and former clients include private and public companies, not-for-profit institutions, equity sponsors, secured and unsecured creditors, bond insurance companies, bond holders, and other related parties. He is based in Dallas.
Russell’s notable reorganization advisory experience includes:
Russell’s other significant engagements include a $500 million multihospital healthcare system in Chapter 11, revisionary interest holders of a $300 million healthcare system in Chapter 11, a $150 million international mobile advertising company in Chapter 11, a $20 million hotel portfolio in Chapter 11, a $35 million media broadcasting company, a $25 million continuing care retirement community, an $85 million linen and garment rental business, and a $30 million continuing medical education company.
Russell was the recipient of The M&A Advisor’s 2016 40 Under 40 Emerging Leaders Award. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) and Certified Insolvency & Restructuring Advisor (CIRA) designations, as well as inactive NASD licenses 7, 65, and 63. Russell has also provided advisory services to clients across energy (exploration and production) and materials, retail, technology, hospitality, media, real estate, and has extensive Till cram down interest rate expert witness experience.
The M&A Advisor’s 2016 Emerging Leaders Award
Dune Energy, Energy & Services Restructuring of the Year – 2016 Atlas Turnaround Awards
Velti, Inc., 2014 Restructuring Deal of the Year (under $1 billion) – M&A Advisor
DFW Lab Rescue
Habitat for Humanity