Conor has six years of banking and restructuring experience in the United States and the United Kingdom. He has advised diverse businesses and worked across numerous industries including infrastructure, oil and gas, real estate and hospitality. Conor's advisory experience includes assisting both debtors and creditors through workout situations by providing business plan analysis, cash flow modeling, financial projections development and valuation analysis.
Since joining Zolfo Cooper, Conor has served as an advisor to the secured lenders of a U.S. port terminal operating company and as pre- and post-bankruptcy advisor to a multi-asset toll road operator. He has conducted valuation analysis of an oil and gas distributor that was used to support the successful rebuttal of an expert witness report. While with Anglo Irish Bank's workout group in London, Conor managed the bank's distressed exposure to the U.K. hospitality sector as well as a workout situation involving a U.K. theme park.
Conor joined Zolfo Cooper in 2012 following business school in Paris and after working in Haiti for the Digicel Foundation, an NGO. Prior to pursuing his Masters, Conor spent four years with Anglo Irish Bank in London, initially on the deal origination desk before being selected to join a newly formed restructuring team in 2008 in the wake of the financial crisis.
Education, Certification & Professional Affiliations
- Advanced Masters in Strategy & Management from ESSEC Business School, Paris
- B.A. in business studies from Trinity College, Dublin
- Member of the Turnaround Management Association and the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors