Senior Managing Director
As a senior managing director, Aurelio Garcia-Miro leads the Latin America practice and is head of Riveron’s Miami office.
Aurelio Garcia-Miro has been a trusted advisor to equity sponsors, boards of directors, senior management, heads of government, and creditors on cash management and operational and financial restructuring in Chile, Colombia, Ecuador Mexico, Peru, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. He has advised debtors, creditors, and equity constituents in numerous reorganizations, providing financial analysis and budgeting, forecasting, cash management, operational assessments and improvements, dispute and litigation advisory, and interim management services. He has been involved in numerous restructurings, serving as advisor to official committees of creditors, equity holders, and secured and unsecured holders of debt.
Prior to joining Riveron, Aurelio was senior manager director and head of corporate finance for FTI Consulting in Spain. Before that, he was senior director at Alvarez & Marsal, where he led the restructuring practice of the firm’s Spain division. Prior to these roles, he was a director with The McGraw-Hill Companies, leading the restructuring of their higher education, medical, and professional editorial segments in Spain, Portugal, and Italy.
Since January 2015, Aurelio has led the Riveron team advising the Government of Puerto Rico with their bankruptcy including over $110 billion in total liabilities, providing treasury and budget support and financial and cash planning for the central government and over 51 state-owned corporations. Aurelio led the team advising the unsecured creditor committee of 1 Global, a merchant cash advance provider with total liabilities of over $400 million. Since 2016, he has served as an independent board member of AG Gildemeister, a Chilean auto dealer and distributor in an out-of-court debt restructuring, appointed by the convertible bondholders. He was retained as chief restructuring advisor by Ecuagran, an Ecuadorean importer of cereal and grains. He was chief restructuring advisor, for a Spanish manufacturing conglomerate producing rebar steel, paper, and cement, with 70 legal entities across Europe. He led the cash optimization work for the board of directors of a hospital operator with revenues of €250 million and 13 centers across Spain. He advised the steering committee of a global technology/communications group with €280 million in revenues and operations in Spain and Latin America. Aurelio was board commissioner for the bond holders of a global printing and business services group with sales of €220 million, assessing the groups’ solvency and determining the sustainable debt, based on the company’s free cash flow projections.