As a managing director in Houston, Greg Carlson is responsible for client service and practice development specializing in functional transformations, liquidity optimization, and transaction support.
Greg Carlson brings over 18 years of consulting and industry experience, working for both public and private companies. He has worked across a variety of industries with a heavy emphasis in energy, manufacturing, and other industrial products companies. By leveraging his deep experience, Greg is able to partner with clients on enterprise-wide transformations that drive efficiencies and bottom line results.
Before Riveron, Greg was a leader in PwC’s advisory practice and had several roles with Dell Technologies. Originally from the Dallas area, Greg currently lives in Houston with his wife and two children.
Education and Certifications
- Master of Business Administration, University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business
- Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, Texas A&M University, Mays School of Business
The Critical Path for Margins: Optimizing Costs While Balancing Revenue Uncertainty
A holistic assessment of COGS, working capital, and SG&A can deliver an understanding of the current cost base and should align with growth strategies.
Webinar: How to Manage Working Capital in a Disruptive, Dynamic Environment
In this webinar, Riveron experts responded to uncertainties in the economic landscape by discussing how to optimize working capital.
Accelerating M&A in Oil and Gas: Operational and Financial Considerations to Maximize Deal Value
Riveron discusses the operational and financial imperatives energy companies should take into account to maximize deal value.