Mr. Moore is nationally recognized for his work in the automotive and gaming and hospitality industries. He has counseled more than 75 automotive suppliers, across all component parts segments, with revenues ranging from $25 million to more than $2 billion. He holds a gaming license in the State of Michigan and has worked with gaming clients in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Ohio, Maryland, Michigan and Nevada.
Most recently, Mr. Moore led the team that provided operational restructuring services to the City of Detroit and facilitated the creation of the $1.7 billion Reinvestment Plan, the cornerstone of the City’s Plan of Adjustment in emerging from bankruptcy in December 2014. He also served as operational advisor to Detroit Public Schools to help implement a shared services model. He provided expert testimony in the Stockton, California bankruptcy and was engaged by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico to conduct an extensive analysis of the underfunding of its Employee Retirement System.
Mr. Moore serves as an expert witness in bankruptcy and commercial litigation matters and advises clients on restructuring issues, including fiduciary assignments. He has significant experience negotiating with unions and was appointed to the Legislative Commission on Government Efficiency for the State of Michigan and led its Procurement and Sourcing Work Group.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Moore was a Senior Managing Director at Conway MacKenzie, Inc. Earlier in his career, he served as Chief Financial Officer for Horizon Technology Group. He began his career in the middle market consulting group at Deloitte & Touche.
Mr. Moore is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Turnaround Professional and is certified in Financial Forensics. He earned his bachelor's degree and MBA from Michigan State University.
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