Steve has more than 25 years of advisory experience, including consulting with clients on enterprise change initiatives, business transactions, outsourced management and turnaround, financial modeling and audit services.
His career consists of creating shareholder value in midsize manufacturing and distribution companies with revenues between $10 million and $250 million. One of his focuses is on businesses sold to, or purchased by, private equity groups. He assists in monetizing value through business transactions between $5 million and $250 million.
Steve has successfully managed more than 20 enterprise-wide strategic change projects, including 12 implementations of enterprise information technology, some of which were manufacturing and accounting systems. All change projects were designed to support growth, create a competitive strategic position and/or create infrastructure to aid in the monetizing of company value.
He has effectively executed roles in various temporary management positions, including president, chief financial officer, controller, risk manager and crisis manager. All roles were performed in conjunction with strategic initiatives, including business sales, enterprise change, organizational restructuring or turnaround/crisis management. Turnaround/crisis management included responsibility for liquidity, organizational restructuring, sales transactions and negotiation with secured and unsecured creditors.
Steve has developed hundreds of data analytics models to quantify significant economic relationships to support strategic decision making, including acquisition evaluation, operational/capital restructuring, strategic planning, transaction planning and strategic pricing decisions.
He is a 1987 graduate of Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Bloomington, with a B.S. degree in accounting.