Andrew Turnbull

Managing Director

Mr. Turnbull is a Managing Director in Houlihan Lokey’s Financial Restructuring Group. For more than two decades, he has specialized in assisting companies, lenders, creditors, and investors in financially distressed situations. His experience includes conducting acquisitions and divestitures of financially troubled assets, raising various forms of capital, and negotiations relating to the restructuring of private and public securities, both in Chapter 11 and in out-of-court situations. Mr. Turnbull is based in the firm’s Chicago office.

Mr. Turnbull has worked in a variety of industries, including automotive, consumer and food, healthcare, metals, paper and packaging, retail, and real estate. His notable transactions include GMAC Resort Finance (sale of timeshare loan portfolio), Westgate Resorts (advisor to secured lenders), Forum Healthcare (sale of hospital system), J.L. French (restructuring of automotive supplier), Pacific Monarch (sale of timeshare company), Saint Vincents Catholic Medical Centers (restructuring), Wells Dairy (refinancing), The National Benevolent Association (sale of senior living facilities), Atlantis Plastics (sale of company), and Meridian Automotive (restructuring of automotive supplier). He is also a frequent speaker on various topics, including trends in restructurings, distressed M&A, and leveraged finance.

Before joining Houlihan Lokey in 2004, Mr. Turnbull was a Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers Corporate Finance LLC, where he led the Chicago restructuring practice.

Mr. Turnbull holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of Western Ontario and a Business Administration degree, with honors, from the Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario. He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and the Turnaround Management Association.

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