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Rob Rossiter
Senior Manager
Education & Qualifications
MBA, Corporate Finance, University of Iowa
BS in Business Management, University of Kansas
Rob Rossiter
Senior Manager

Rob has 10+ years of broad financial experience across corporate FP&A, transactional due diligence, and commercial lending. He brings a unique cross-functional skillset to Harney that was developed at companies ranging from small start-ups to large Fortune 500 corporations.

Prior to joining Harney, Rob was Lead Portfolio Manager at an alternative lender where he was responsible for underwriting new commercial loans and managing the firm’s entire portfolio. He also worked at Hilco Global performing financial due diligence of middle market companies for asset-based lending transactions, with a focus on financing events related to M&A, carve-outs, bankruptcies, and restructuring. Prior to his experiences in commercial lending, Rob held various corporate finance positions at United Airlines and Ford Motor Company, where he completed Ford’s MBA Finance Rotation Program.¬†

Representative Engagements
Financial Services

Managed portfolio of loans totaling $70MM while also underwriting new commercial loans up to $10MM. Assisted in analysis needed for bankruptcy proceeding while working with General Counsel and court appointed Trustee.

Metals and Mining

Managed lender due-diligence engagement for a $50MM credit facility at the largest producer of silicon metal in the EU and North America. Created a borrowing base comprised of AR and Inventory while also writing the advisory report evaluating credit quality of assets.


Managed $200MM budget for Global Line Maintenance (lead monthly close, forecast, and 5-year plan). Analyzed $230MM maintenance contract and created financial model to determine the optimal future solution (in-house, outsourced, or hybrid maintenance program).

Automotive Manufacturing

Acted as Financial Controller for the interior of a future model year vehicle. Responsible for providing quality financial data, forecasts, and variance analysis to operating teams to ensure best business decisions were made, while managing a program budget of $400MM. Also utilized IRR, NPV, and other financial metrics to assist in sensitivity and scenario analysis for the program.