Mr. Kuoni has 25+ years of experience in finance, operations and M&A. He specializes in restructuring and financial advisory with a primary focus on healthcare providers.
Chuck has advised clients across a number of industries including CCRCs, hospital and primary care providers, distributors, specialty marketing, non-profit nursing homes, manufacturing, retail operations, and coal mining.
He has served as CFO a NYSE healthcare company where he supervised all financial aspects and SEC filings of 400+ emergency room locations, 3 HMOs, 14 primary care clinics, a government contracting division and a healthcare billing company.
Mr. Kuoni served as CFO/CRO for an operator of 80 skilled nursing facilities, handling the refinancing of the Company's revolving credit facility, settlement with the DOJ/OIG on substandard care claims, negotiations with landlords, and implementation of certain revenue enhancements.
As CEO of a multi-plant equipment manufacturer, Chuck successfully managed the Company through a bankruptcy process to resolve environmental and liability litigation. He also served as CRO of a 550 store retailer guiding it through the chapter 11 process and successfully completing a 363 sale that preserved over 4,000 jobs.
In roles prior to A&M, he also served as Trustee for a Creditor Trust, Interim CFO for a paper manufacturer and contract drug development company as well as assistant treasurer for a multi-national chemical company and controller for a manufacturer of structural steel products.
Mr. Kuoni earned a bachelor's of business degree in accounting from Texas Christian University and a master's degree in management from Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. He is also a Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) and a former CPA but is no longer licensed.
He co-authored or authored "Who will Survive Competitive Bidding for DMEPOS" in ABI Journal July 2013; "Everything you need to know about 13-Week cash flow" for the CFA and TMA joint meeting Charlotte; and "Managing Through Your Company's Liquidity Crisis" for the Turnaround Management Association.