NEW YORK – March 25, 2015 – Carl Marks Advisors, a leading consulting and investment banking advisor to middle market companies, today announced that Charles Boguslaski has been named one of the ‘People to Watch – 2015,’ according to Turnarounds & Workouts’ latest Special Report. The report recognizes business professionals for their outstanding achievements in working on bankruptcies, corporate renewals, financings, turnarounds, and restructurings.
As one of the leading firms routinely retained for work on complex and sophisticated restructuring transactions, Carl Marks Advisors was among only 12 firms recognized on the ‘People to Watch – 2015’ list. Honorees are selected by the publication’s editorial staff based upon recent engagements as well as nominations received from leading restructuring professionals nationwide.
Charles Boguslaski, a Managing Director at the firm, was honored for his achievements pertaining to the following engagements:
• Led a $155 million cross-border debt financing for Crane & Co, the chief supplier of currency paper to the United States Treasury
• Advised rogenSi on its sale to TeleTech Holdings, a $1 billion technology company
• Advised the lenders of Corinthian Colleges on its restructuring and asset divestiture
• Advised the prior lenders of Trident University in its negotiations and refinancing
“I am honored to be included among the industry’s leading bankruptcy, restructuring and turnaround professionals,” said Boguslaski. “Carl Marks Advisors has an outstanding team of dedicated professionals and to be recognized by our peers and colleagues is very rewarding,” he added.
Charles Boguslaski has more than 15 years of investment banking and financial restructuring experience. He has been recognized by various industry authorities for his execution of complex, creative solutions for his clients.
Turnarounds & Workouts tracks distressed businesses in the U.S. and Canada, and releases annual lists of outstanding firms and professionals engaged in the bankruptcy, corporate renewal, investment, turnaround, and restructuring industries.