Guggenheim Partners Launches Restructuring Practice

Jun 13 2012 | 12:45pm ET

Guggenheim Partners has launched a restructuring practice within Guggenheim Securities, its investment banking and capital markets division.

As part of the launch, Guggenheim has appointed Ronen A. Bojmel as senior managing director and head of restructuring to lead the firm's expansion in this practice. Based in New York, Bojmel will start in his new role on October 1.

Bojmel comes to Guggenheim from Miller Buckfire & Co., where he was a partner and managing director, leading numerous high profile restructuring projects on behalf of companies, investors and creditors, as well as advising on M&A and capital raising activities in distress and non-distress situations in the U.S. and abroad.

"Restructuring will be a key component of Guggenheim's growing investment banking and capital markets business and extends the value proposition the firm offers its clients. We are excited to build our practice with Ronen's leadership—not only because of his deep industry and transaction experience, but also because of his track record of delivering ground-breaking solutions and uncompromising results to his clients," said Alan Schwartz, executive chairman of Guggenheim.

Guggenheim Partners is a privately held global financial services firm with more than $160 billion in assets under supervision.

 


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