Adding leadership in its transactions and turnaround advisory practice, New York-based IPA 100 firm CohnReznick LLP has admitted Anthony (Tony) Enlow and Ryan McCaslin as partners in the transactions group.
With more than 25 years of experience in M&A and financial analysis in domestic and international settings, Enlow will lead transaction advisory services in the firm’s Dallas market. His experience includes financial modeling and financial due diligence, quality of earnings and working capital, purchase and sale negotiation, debt agreements, post-closing working capital true up, purchase-price adjustment calculations and integration management for clients in the multi-location retail, restaurants, franchising, electric and natural gas, monitored home security companies, manufacturing and distribution, RV dealerships, construction, service organizations and technology industries.
McCaslin, who will be based in the Chicago office, has more than 20 years of experience providing accounting, consulting, assurance and advisory services to middle-market clients. His transactions experience spans numerous industries, including manufacturing and distribution, restaurants, retail, business services, software/technology and gaming. He has led buy-side and sell-side financial due diligence projects for both corporate and private equity clients for M&A deals ranging in size from $5 million to $1 billion.
The firm has also brought on Christopher Livingstone and Arthur Simonson as managing directors in project finance and consulting. Livingstone has more than 20 years of infrastructure consulting experience focused on the transportation sector, including state and local government entities overseeing transportation and mobility-focused projects, while Simonson has more than 20 years of experience in infrastructure and the debt capital markets.
“As our advisory team continues to add resources and expand competencies, we are committed to helping investors and businesses find new ways to create value at every turn,” says Claudine Cohen, managing principal of the transactions and turnaround practice. “Our four new leaders play an important role in positioning us for the future and solidifying our expertise in advising middle-market companies as they leverage the capital markets to achieve growth goals.”