Mr. Zazulia is currently acting as interim Chief Financial Officer for a private healthcare IT company in the population health management space. Mr. Zazulia has focused on building out the finance, accounting and reporting functions while also becoming an integral decision maker in day-to-day operations. The Company is currently exploring various strategic alternatives including a formal sale process and/or a robust out-of-court restructure.
Mr. Zazulia formerly served as the Chief Financial Officer of a healthcare provider that completed an asset sale under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Debtor entered the sale with a stalking horse bidder and the sale was consummated approximately six weeks after filing. Prior to the filing, Mr. Zazulia aided in successful forbearance negotiations with secured lenders and served as Interim Director of Revenue Cycle.
Mr. Zazulia has acted as financial advisor to various Debtors. Most recently, Mr. Zazulia advised Millennium Health, a large urine lab company, under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Debtor entered a prepackaged filing with a restructuring support agreement agreed upon by the majority of stakeholders. The agreement settled claims made against the Debtor by the Department of Justice ("DOJ") and effectively restructured a capital structure that included ~$1.8b in debt obligations. Additionally, Mr. Zazulia was an integral member of the team that raised $75 million in DIP and $135 million in exit financing for Rural Metro Corporation, the second largest ambulance company in the country, in a successful chapter 11 363 sale.
Mr. Zazulia also focuses on transaction advisory where he has advised multiple clients on pre-sale due diligence and post-sale financial projections and strategic planning.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Zazulia spent three years with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in San Francisco and worked within the Investment Management audit group, focusing primarily on hedge funds. During his tenure at PwC, Mr. Zazulia completed financial reporting audits for multi-billion dollar hedge funds as well as Sarbanes Oxley internal controls testing for Franklin Resources Inc.
Mr. Zazulia earned a bachelor's degree in economics and accounting from Claremont McKenna College. He is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in California (inactive) and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.