Most recently, he has been in engaged on the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, developing reporting solutions to replace numerous legacy applications, managing the migration of a legacy accounting system from the Barclays Capital network to Lehman Brothers’ post-bankruptcy network, and leading multiple, bankruptcy-related data analyses – including the analysis of preference payments and fraudulent conveyances and the analysis of trade portfolio valuations.
Mr. Tilsner also led an effort to aid A&M’s Transaction Advisory Group in streamlining their data book production process by applying data mining techniques to due diligence data obtained from the target companies of their clients.
Before joining A&M, he gained additional relevant experience as a corporate strategy consultant in the financial services industry, where his client engagements included data analytics and the development of statistical models to predict customer behavior. Earlier, he worked as a product designer in the toy industry.
Mr. Tilsner earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Washington University.