Mr. Iking also advises non-distressed companies with the development of financial projection models, corporate finance projects (such as M&A, debt and equity raising, preparation of consolidated audited financial statements, operational reorganizations) and serves as an expert witness in arbitration and civil litigation processes. He has experience in a number of industries including homebuilding, energy services, oil and gas, technology, financial services, agriculture, business services, entertainment and broadcasting, and manufacturing.
Currently, Mr. Iking serves as Chief Financial Officer of Naviera Naranja (a shipping company providing services to O&G exploration and production activities in the Gulf of Mexico) and as Asset Manager of Madero Reserve, a Special Purpose Vehicle established for a $550+ million sale-and-lease back transaction for certain oil refinery assets in Mexico.
Relevant client experience in Mexico includes Yogome, M&G Polimeros, Desarrolladora Homex, Engenium, Oro Negro, Urbi Desarrollo Urbanos, PointVerde, Brother International, Keppel Seghers, Hipotecaria Su Casita and numerous confidential matters for international banks and private equity funds.
Prior to joining A&M in Mexico City, Mr. Iking spent three years in A&M’s Corporate Restructuring group in Los Angeles. Previously, he spent two years in the investment banking division of Credit Suisse, two years as an independent business consultant, and four years in the corporate finance division of a corporate turnaround and restructuring advisory firm.
Mr. Iking earned a bachelor’s degree (with distinction) in business administration from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA in finance and accounting from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is a Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) and Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor (CIRA). He is fluent in Spanish and English.