Mr. Martin has assisted clients across a wide variety of industries including aviation, real estate, retail, hospitality, technology, telecommunications and entertainment. Most recently, Mr. Martin served as interim CFO of TCFC, which owns multiple ski resorts, hotels and development land holdings in Park City, UT. Among others, Mr. Martin rebuilt the back-office of the organization, transitioned the ski operations, refinanced the capital structure, significantly improved operating results and reestablished local relationships with key stakeholders.
Mr. Martin also recently served as interim CFO of Heli-One, a $450 million maintenance repair and overhaul subsidiary of CHC Helicopter (“CHC”), a $1.3 billion helicopter transportation provider. At Heli-One, Mr. Martin increased quarterly EBITDA by $20 million in six months by implementing cost control measures, terminating unprofitable contracts and closing near term operational capacity gaps.
Mr. Martin also served as financial advisor for the successful restructuring of Hawker Beechcraft, a $3B business and special mission aircraft manufacturer.
Mr. Martin also successfully led the restructuring of Woodside Homes, a nationwide homebuilder. Woodside was one of only a select few homebuilders in the recent economic downturn to file for bankruptcy and emerge as a going concern. He was responsible for leading creditor negotiations, plan structure and development activities, preparing projections and all other filing and court requirements.
Mr. Martin has held senior interim management positions at JDS Uniphase (“JDSU”) and Force10 Networks where he was responsible for remediating various reporting, organizational and process challenges.
Mr. Martin has also advised numerous lender groups and committees across both public and private situations.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Martin served six years with the Reorganization Services Group of a Big Four firm in San Francisco.
Mr. Martin earned a bachelor’s degree in managerial economics from the UC Davis and a master’s degree from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon.
He is a CPA and a Certified Insolvency Restructuring Advisor (CIRA). Mr. Martin is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Northern California chapter of the
Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and a member of the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors (AIRA).