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Scott Mell

Managing Director

As a managing director in Detroit, Scott Mell is responsible for client service, specializing in corporate transformation and restructuring.

Our people are dedicated to creating and delivering transformative and lasting impact for our clients. The belief that the challenges of our clients are our own is at the core of everything we do.
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Scott Mell’s 24 years of advisory and industry experience includes leading corporate recapitalizations, operational turnaround, crisis management, capital structure advisory, development of corporate strategy, business plan development, treasury and cash flow management, complex stakeholder negotiations, Chapter 11 proceedings, and rapid cost reductions. Scott has significant experience with both public and private companies across a variety of industries including automotive, oil and gas, industrial products, mining, financial services, and renewable energy.

Prior to joining Riveron, Scott was a managing director in Transaction Services with EY. He has also served as vice president of corporate strategy for Motus Integrated Technology and as a restructuring leader with McKinsey and AlixPartners.

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, James Madison University
  • Certified Insolvency & Restructuring Advisor
  • Certified Turnaround Professional

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