Navigant Consulting Picks Up New M.D.

Nov 11 2008 | 12:38pm ET

Navigant Consulting, a global consulting firm, has hired Mitchell Kaye as a managing director to head the firm’s newly-created financial institutions restructuring solutions unit. Kaye will be tasked with helping hedge funds through the industry’s current restructuring phase.

Prior to joining Navigant Consulting, Kaye founded Belhaven Partners, a hedge fund restructuring boutique that provided liquidity and advisory services to hedge funds and hedge fund investors.

“Given the burgeoning spate of hedge fund closures and parties impacted by this trend, we feel that Mitchell’s experience will be invaluable to clients in providing practiced solutions to deal with the major challenges facing hedge fund and financial institutions during this economic crisis,” said Edward Casas, managing director of Navigant Capital Advisors.


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