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Michael Beaver

Managing Director, Conway MacKenzie

As a managing director in New York, Michael is responsible for leading restructuring engagements.

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Background

Michael Beaver specializes in providing liquidity management, financial modeling, strategic planning, turnaround, and operational management services to both performing and underperforming companies in the engineering, construction, and real estate industries. Before joining Conway MacKenzie, Michael held a variety of management positions across several companies in the construction and engineering industry. In these roles, he was critical in delivering value by automating tracking tools, creating resource planning and optimization models, developing cost reduction strategies, and leading lean/value engineering initiatives. Michael has significant experience operating in financially distressed environments. In addition, he previously served as the chief financial officer of a start-up design and engineering firm, where he was responsible for the oversight of all financial and legal matters of the company.

Education and Certifications

  • Master of Business Administration in Finance, Lundy-Fetterman School of Business at Campbell University
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accounting and Finance, Drexel University

 

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