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.
Alvarez & Marsal Global Transaction Advisory Group delivers maximum value in every deal through our combined deep operational, functional & industry expertise and Big-Four quality financial accounting & tax services. Providing service excellence with a global reach and local approach: A&M is M&A.
On The Final Round, I share my industry perspective on the factors driving domestic & global M&A and how private equity deals may impact the economy in 2020. Watch the full interview with Yahoo! Finance’s Jennifer Rogers, Myles Udland, and Heidi Chung here.
In 2006, I joined Alvarez & Marsal’s Transaction Advisory Group, and since then, I’ve actively contributed insight to the team. Being named the Global Head of the Transaction Advisory Group will allow me take on more responsibility and continue to effectively contribute to the success of Alvarez & Marsal.
There is no greater feeling than giving back to your alma mater. In 2007, when I was given the opportunity to serve on the Alumni Association board of directors of Binghamton University, it was nice to positively influence the students’ career paths.
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