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Carl Sekely

Managing Director

As a managing director in Detroit, Carl is responsible for leading  challenging engagements, relationships, and project executions across multiple services and areas of expertise.

Riveron has a rather unique mix of experience and expertise among its professionals, with many coming from industry leadership and ownership roles, which allows for a meaningful, hands-on approach to engagements. We are much more than "consultants" and can help lead the way to a better tomorrow.
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Carl specializes in bringing practical solutions to complex problems in underperforming and turnaround/crisis situations through a wealth of experience in finding common ground among disparate parties and weaving through challenging negotiations. He brings deep experience in strategic planning, presentation and negotiation, capital and liquidity management, interim management, financial analysis and forecasting, and restructuring plan development and execution. Carl represents both debtors and creditors. On the debtor side, he is accomplished in the strategic, operational, and financial aspects of corporate revitalization. On the creditor side, Carl has represented several lenders across a broad spectrum of credits. He brings a unique perspective to his clients stemming from extensive experience as a private business owner.

Prior to joining Riveron, Carl had more than fifteen years of experience as a business owner and executive leading companies that provided engineering services and manufacturing throughout North America and Asia, including serving in the roles of managing member, president, and director/officer.

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bowling Green State University
  • Master of Business Administration, Pennsylvania State University

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