Keith Daniels

Partner
  • Has served in roles as an executive at Fortune 500 and middle market companies, interim executive, and a leader in the development and implementation of business improvement strategies.
  • Experience working with a variety of business structures, including ESOPs, Co-ops, publicly and privately held businesses.
  • Collaborates with boards, management teams and all stakeholders, providing operational and financial advisory services and transactional expertise to enable senior managers to focus on running their businesses.
  • Grocery
  • Consumer products
  • Healthcare
  • Retail
  • Manufacturing
  • Distributions & Transportation
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Automotive
  • Restaurants
  • Government contractors
  • Oil & Gas
  • Non-profit

Mr. Daniels works closely with Carl Marks Advisors colleagues to optimize stakeholder value by providing comprehensive industry, operations and transaction expertise to management, owners, boards of directors, senior secured lenders, bondholders, and private equity firms across a broad spectrum of industries. He brings vast financial restructuring advisory experience and industry expertise in grocery, retail, healthcare and oil & gas to Carl Marks Advisors’ integrated client service teams.

Before joining Carl Marks Advisors, Mr. Daniels held executive finance and operational roles at companies such as NewellRubbermaid, Disney, Philips Electronics and McMaster-Carr Supply, where he identified and drove revenue enhancement initiatives as well as identified and implemented numerous cost savings initiatives. He also served as CFO of Ascendia Brands and CFO and COO of Town and Country Living.

Mr. Daniels received his BA from Princeton University, an MBA from Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, and is a licensed CPA in Pennsylvania and Virginia. His activities include Co-Chair, Princeton University Schools Committee, Philadelphia Region and serving as auditor for the township where he resides. He is a member of the Turnaround Management Association.

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