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Ryan A. Maupin

Ryan A. Maupin

Grant Thornton LLP
Director, Corporate Advisory & Restructuring Services
New York, NY, USA


Ryan A. Maupin
Director

Ryan Maupin is a Director in Grant Thornton's Corporate Advisory & Restructuring Services (CARS) practice and is based in New York.

Ryan has 12 years of restructuring experience advising domestic and international companies, secured and unsecured creditors, sovereign wealth and private equity funds in workout situations both in-court and out-of-court. Ryan brings extensive experience in all aspects of restructuring transactions including business plan development, building integrated financial models and 13-week cash flow projections as well as serving in various interim management and advisory capacities across a wide variety of industries.

Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Ryan served as Director in KPMG's Transactions & Restructuring practice where he led efforts to restructure approximately £97M of debt associated with a distressed mixed-use development project in the United Kingdom on behalf of a sharia-compliant sovereign wealth fund. In 2012, Ryan served as crisis manager to a large not-for-profit organization based in Philadelphia. During the restructuring process his team assessed the organization's short-term cash flow and working capital needs, negotiated a turnaround plan with lenders, developed various cost-cutting initiatives and provided advice with regard to the strategic disposition of certain long-term assets. Prior to that, Ryan assisted Centro Properties Group during the sale of its US asset portfolio (approximately 600 properties) to The Blackstone Group for approximately $9.4 billion as part of its broader restructuring efforts in Australia. Shortly after the closing, Mr. Maupin led a team that designed and implemented a property-level forecast process for Newco.

Prior to joining KPMG, Ryan was a Manager in Grant Thornton’s Corporate Advisory & Restructuring Services practice where he helped represent a guarantor of private student loans with more than $18 billion in outstanding guarantees in its efforts to reorganize while in Chapter 11. During the engagement he was responsible for developing and maintaining a three statement forecast model and also helped create a methodology and supporting models to calculate contingent claims for more than 13 million student loans in Debtor’s portfolio.

Prior to Grant Thornton, Mr. Maupin was a Consultant at Navigant Capital Advisors, a boutique investment banking firm specializing in both restructuring and M&A.

Education

BS - Millikin University

Licences and Affiliations
  • Member, Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors
  • Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
  • Member, Turnaround Management Association
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