With more than 10 years of restructuring experience, Mr. Henry's clients have spanned a range of industries, including retail, wholesale, manufacturing, media, energy, and real estate. Situational needs have included crisis management, operational improvement, and balance sheet restructuring.
Mr. Henry was recently engaged by iHeartMedia (NAS: IHRT), a $16 billion media company, and Seadrill (NYSE: SDRL), an $8 billion offshore drilling company, to advise on their respective balance sheet restructurings via Chapter 11. Prior to that, he managed the operational wind down of Target Canada, a $5 billion subsidiary of Target (NYSE: TGT), which included a 133-store fleet and supply chain operations.
He has advised on the successful sale through Chapter 11 of Furniture Brands International (NYSE: FBN), the third largest manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of household furniture in the U.S. Mr. Henry also assisted in the operational turnaround of Nebraska Book Company, one of the largest textbook retailer and wholesalers in the U.S., with over 200 operated retail locations and a supplier to over 2,500 stores.
Mr. Henry’s other notable engagements include an advisory role to Coldwater Creek (NAS: CWTR), a $600 million apparel retailer, the pre-arranged Chapter 11 of William Lyon Homes (NYSE: WLH), the sale through Chapter 11 of Grubb & Ellis (NYSE: GBE), and the out-of-court restructuring of one of the largest private homebuilders in the U.S.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Henry spent three years with a middle-market investment bank, where he advised on acquisitions by private equity groups and publicly-traded conglomerates.
Mr. Henry earned a MBA from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Nevada, where he was a Presidential Scholar and graduated with Distinction.