Press Release

AlixPartners announces Managing Director promotions

13. Januar 2020

NEW YORK (January 13, 2020) - AlixPartners announced today the promotion of 17 individuals to the role of Managing Director, effective January 1, 2020.

Simon Freakley, Chief Executive Officer of AlixPartners, said, "I congratulate our newly promoted Managing Directors on their new leadership roles. These exceptional individuals exemplify AlixPartners’ core values while delivering high impact results for our clients by guiding them through times of unprecedented disruption. I wish them every success in the next phase of their careers at AlixPartners."

The promoted Managing Directors:

Daniel Boland (Performance Improvement, New York)
Ben Browne (Turnaround & Restructuring Services, London)
Marco Eccheli (Performance Improvement, Italy)
Nicolas Franzwa (Performance Improvement, Germany)
Jon Hanover (Performance Improvement, Chicago)
Raj Konanahalli (Performance Improvement, Chicago)
Arun Kumar (Performance Improvement, Chicago)
Jason McDannold (Performance Improvement, Chicago)
Kate McGlynn (Turnaround & Restructuring Services, New York)
Alessandro Missaglia (Performance Improvement, Dubai)
Kyle Nelson (Digital, Dallas)
Sean O'Flynn (Performance Improvement, London)
Nick Parker (Performance Improvement, London)
Joe Schmitt (Performance Improvement, Los Angeles)
Amol Shah (Digital, New York)
Andrew Sharpee (Performance Improvement, Chicago)
Patrick Widmaier (Turnaround & Restructuring Services, Germany)

About AlixPartners

AlixPartners is a results-driven global consulting firm that specializes in helping businesses successfully address their most complex and critical challenges. Our clients include companies, corporate boards, law firms, investment banks, private equity firms, and others. Founded in 1981, AlixPartners is headquartered in New York and has offices in more than 20 cities around the world. For more information, visit www.alixpartners.com.

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