Hilco Corporate Finance Announces Hiring of Evan Blum as Managing Director

Geoffrey FrankelCEO of Hilco Corporate Finance, said, “As HCF continues to expand its special situations and restructuring capabilities and grow its investment banking practice, expansion into the New York market is an essential initiative for us. I’m thrilled to have someone with Evan’s experience and abilities to support us in these efforts.”

Mr. Blum is a nationally recognized special situation and restructuring professional with deep middle market experience in a wide range of industries and transaction structures. Prior to joining HCF, he was Managing Director at Alvarez & Marsal where he identified and executed numerous restructuring files, particularly for private equity-backed companies. Prior to that, Mr. Blum was a Principal at Glass Ratner Advisory & Capital Group and led the growth of its New York Office. Prior to his restructuring career, he spent 8 years in investment banking where he raised over $2.5 billion debt and equity financings and has participated in more than $2 billion in mergers and acquisitions transactions.

Mr. Blum holds an MBA from Colombia Business School and an undergraduate degree from Cornell.

About Hilco Corporate Finance: Hilco Corporate Finance LLC (www.HilcoCF.com) is a registered broker-dealer with the Securities and Exchange Commission and a member of FINRA and SIPC. HCF provides M&A advisory, private finance services and special situation advice to clients across a wide range of industries. HCF is a subsidiary of Hilco Global, an independent and diversified financial services company with a strong track record of maximizing asset value for healthy and struggling businesses. Hilco Global is made up of twenty specialized business units that help companies understand the value of their assets and then monetize that value. Hilco Global has an excellent track record of delivering successful results by aligning interests with clients and providing them with strategic insights, advice and, in many cases, the capital needed to close the deal.

SOURCEHilco Corporate Finance

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