Mr. Rajcevich has extensive experience in the assessment and modeling of financial and operational restructuring strategies, cash flow forecasting, business plans and related financial projections, cost cutting, liquidity management, preparing and operating companies through a Chapter 11 process, and asset dispositions and wind-downs.
Recently, Mr. Rajcevich served as financial adviser to Stone Energy Corporation where his primary role was in the development and creation of a cash flow forecast and cash collateral budget. In addition, he actively managed the company's treasury function in the period leading to the Chapter 11 filing, thereby allowing the company to preserve its liquidity position. Other responsibilities included ongoing cash management, the review of strategic alternatives and assisting the company with its bankruptcy filing preparation, contract negotiations, auction process and emergence from bankruptcy.
Other recent clients include Vantage Drilling Company, Penn Virginia Corporation, EveryWare Global, Quiznos Corp., A123 Systems, Crescent Resources, Kimball Hill Homes, Dana Corporation, Dura Automotive Systems, Weirton Steel Corporation, WCI Steel, Federal-Mogul Corporation, Metalforming Technologies, Inc, a top five North American integrated steel producer, a top five U.S. banking institution, and a Fortune 100 global manufacturer of tire and rubber products.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Rajcevich spent four years as a senior associate in FTI Consulting's restructuring practice in Chicago and prior to that two years as an associate in PricewaterhouseCoopers' Business Recovery Services practice in Chicago.
Mr. Rajcevich earned a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Illinois and is a member of the Turnaround Management Association.