Erik has amassed more than 14 years of experience in corporate finance, business restructuring, forensic consulting and asset management. He provides strategic advisory services, both financial and operational, to companies experiencing a complex transition. From Fortune 500 to lower middle-market companies, Erik has the depth and breadth of knowledge and experience to support clients and stakeholders in a variety of distressed situations.
Served as the court-designated Chief Restructuring Officer and led the turnaround of a precision manufacturing company, including the sale of the business.
Served as financial advisor to numerous companies, helping to address financial challenges and restructure their balance sheets, both in- and out-of-court, and in subchapter V cases.
Represented both secured and unsecured creditors during corporate restructurings to maximize return to creditors.
Advised several clients in various aspects of FP&A, including processes and procedures as part of a carve-out of a Fortune 100 company, budgeting and forecasting, and sales commission plan structuring and calculations.
Recent Blog Posts & Presentations By Erik White, CIRA
The appointment of a receiver to add independence and objectivity to maximize value in various business situations is becoming more commonplace in Texas. As people recognize the benefits of a…Read More
What is receivership? Corporate receivership in the United States is a legal process that generally occurs when one or both of the following situations are present: A financially troubled company…Read More
Running a small business is always fraught with challenges, but the past few years have brought extraordinary difficulties. The COVID-19 pandemic caused wide-reaching supply chain disruptions that are still impacting…Read More
Situation: Harney Partners was retained for bankruptcy consulting by serial entrepreneur who was facing the triggering of large personal guarantees on real estate leases and mortgages related to a chain…Read More
Starting in June 2021, debtors-in-possession and chapter 11 trustees will have new standardized monthly operating reports to complete. Congress authorized enhanced and uniform bankruptcy reporting requirements aimed at facilitating the…Read More