Raymond Li has over 12 years of advisory experience across numerous business sectors, including energy, industrials, professional services, hospitality and retail. He has provided financial advisory and interim management support in a variety of turnarounds and restructurings. He has experience working-on-the ground with company management as well as alongside lenders, creditors and other financial stakeholders. Raymond is proficient in all areas of the turnaround and restructuring process, including business plan development, operational due diligence, asset sales, valuation/recovery analysis, liquidity management, budget analysis and financial planning.
Most recently, Raymond has been advising a diversified agribusiness with assets and operations across the U.S. Previously, he led a team advising ModSpace, the largest U.S.-owned provider of modular buildings, through a successful consensual restructuring, which resulted in stabilizing operations, deleveraging its capital structure and transitioning ownership.
He is also an experienced financial advisor to lenders and creditors with recent engagements such as serving as advisor to the second lien noteholders of Caesars Entertainment and the committee of unsecured creditors of BCGC Max Azria, A&P and Exide Technologies.
Notable prior assignments include serving as: financial advisor to Flying J (integrated oil and gas conglomerate) through a successful in-court restructuring; financial advisor to the Viceroy Anguilla (luxury hotel and villa residences) for corporate finance and bankruptcy support during a sale process; financial advisor to the secured lenders of Wastequip (industrial products) in a successful out-of-court debt exchange; financial advisor to a group of bondholders for a potential acquisition of Blockbuster (media); financial advisor to the Examiner in Dynegy (power generation and transmission), developing a comprehensive valuation analysis; and financial advisor to Dewey & LeBoeuf (law firm) on achieving the fastest settlement on record for a bankruptcy of its kind.
Raymond began his career at KPMG in its corporate consulting group.
Education, Certification & Professional Affiliations
- B.S. in business administration and information systems from Carnegie Mellon University
- M.B.A. from the Stern School of Business at New York University
- Member of the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors