Alvarez and Marsal

Alvarez and Marsal's Private Equity Services

Paul Aversano is a Managing Director in Alvarez & Marsal’s Private Equity Services practice and the Global Practice Leader of the firm’s Transaction Advisory Group. For over 20 years, Mr. Aversano has specialized in leading both buy-side and sell-side financial accounting due diligence projects for complex public and private company transactions, as well as transactions in the capital markets.

As the Global Practice Leader of A&M's Transaction Advisory Group, Mr. Aversano works to deliver the firm’s services to clients not only in North America but throughout Europe, the Middle East, India, Asia and Latin America as well. He leads the group's efforts in the cross-border delivery of services to both private equity firms and strategic buyers around the world.

Mr. Aversano has assisted numerous private equity firms and strategic buyers across a wide spectrum of industries. He specializes in providing accounting and transaction structuring advice for leverage recapitalizations, purchase accounting and SEC reporting, assessing quality of earnings, and GAAP accounting. He critiques financial models and reviews target companies' financial performance to identify cost reductions and / or operating efficiencies. He also brings extensive experience to legal counsel, including expert technical accounting guidance for purchase price arbitration and related analysis and support of purchase price adjustments. He has worked with management teams of private equity-backed portfolio companies to complete add-on acquisitions and direct platform investments.

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Brexit Vote’s Impact on US Businesses

With Brexit Vote becoming official, this big decision by the UK to leave the European Union has raised a lot of questions across a lot of global economies, especially here in the US. Uncertainty being the common sentiment among many, I discuss with Melissa Francis on After the Bell at Fox Business Network in New York City on the possible impact this may have short and long term. Watch more of this interview here.



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Paul Aversano on what’s Next for Alvarez & Marsal

Since 2006, Alvarez & Marsal Transaction Advisory Group has been providing operational, industry and functional expertise to our clients. And as we celebrate our 10th year in the practice, we look forward to continuing to deliver this same level of commitment and growth of service, not only in the US but consistently expanding it in our different global regions. Here’s when I spoke to Equities Magazine’s Silvia Davi in Nasdaq New York about where I see our global team in the years to come. Watch it here.



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ALVAREZ & MARSAL'S PAUL AVERSANO ON FUN, TRUST AND COMMITMENT IN CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS

Here at Alvarez & Marsal, our Transaction Advisory Group takes a personal stake in the clients’ needs and successes. I discuss in this A&M’s Signature Series video our differentiating factor of how we value building client trust and maintaining relationships, as well as adding an element of fun and engagement, in every partnership we cultivate.



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Trump May Be Partially Responsible for Making M&A Great Again

As US President and experienced dealmaker, Donald Trump’s proposed policies are instilling hope in the market and are set to drive M&A activity. In this recent interview with The Street, I share my take on what to expect under the new administration in the private equity space for 2017. To watch, click here.

THE ART OF THE DEAL: M&A AND PRESIDENT TRUMP

After the economic uncertainty experienced during 2016’s US Presidential Elections, the global private equity market now shows a more positive outlook. Alvarez & Marsal Global Transaction Advisory Group European Practice Leader David Evans and I had the opportunity to share our views on the topic in this article by Acquisitions Daily. Read below.

HOW LONG WILL THE M&A SURGE LAST?

TIn this article by Investopedia, I talked about how the Trump administration may have helped drive growth in global M&A. Find out more here.