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Alpesh Amin

Retail & Consumer Products Lead

As a senior managing director, Alpesh Amin is responsible for leading Riveron’s consumer products practice as well as managing client relationships and leading engagements.

Being part of the Riveron family allows me to offer the firm's clients a depth and breadth of consulting services during transformation phases, unrivaled by other management consulting practices.
Family man. Motorsports enthusiast. Weekend outdoorsman.


Alpesh Amin has over 20 years of experience in the areas of corporate finance, restructuring, and management consulting. He has served as an interim manager to companies and as an advisor to both companies and their stakeholders. Alpesh’s background includes corporate turnarounds and restructurings, strategic planning, business plan development and analysis, cash flow and liquidity management, mergers and acquisitions advisory, debt and equity capital raises, and transaction services. His industry experience includes automotive, building products, construction equipment, consumer products, direct marketing, distribution, financial services, food and beverage, gaming, grocery, healthcare, manufacturing, metals, packaging, printing, and technology. Prior to joining Riveron, Alpesh was managing director at MorrisAnderson where he specialized in working with underperforming companies and their stakeholders.

Prior to MorrisAnderson, Alpesh held management consulting positions with Huron Consulting Group where he focused on restructuring and turnarounds and with Bridge Associates, LLC where he specialized in turnaround and interim management services. He was also part of Merrill Lynch’s Investment Banking Group, providing mergers and acquisitions advisory and spent time working in Bank of America’s leveraged finance and syndication groups.

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Management Information Systems, Miami University
  • Certified Turnaround Professional

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