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Wade Horst, CFA
Wade Horst, CFA
Manager
Education & Qualifications
MBA, Southern Methodist University
BSBA, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Wade Horst, CFA
Manager

Wade is a detail-driven finance professional with experience across corporate finance, investment analysis, and hedge fund operations and compliance. In his role supporting client engagements, Wade performs comprehensive financial and accounting analyses, develops company projections and forecasts, and creates integrated financial models to support engagements. He plays a critical role in partnering with clients to leverage data across the organization to maximize the success of every engagement.

Prior to Harney, Wade was the Controller and Chief Compliance Officer at Alistair Capital Management, a long/short equity hedge fund where he led the firm’s operations and compliance, including the firm’s registration with the SEC, and provided bottom-up equity research. He also has worked at ConAgra Foods where he developed and managed financial modeling of capital structure and M&A scenario analysis with an emphasis on credit rating impact for an $11 billion balance sheet.

Representative Engagements
Automotive

Conducted industry and market research to support the resolution of a business interruption insurance claim by a regional automotive dealership. Represented a tier-one automotive supplier with significant cash flow and profitability challenges, managing an out-of-court liquidation to maximize recovery for creditors.

Distribution

Performed detailed financial analysis to facilitate the transition of a banking relationship in conjunction with advising on a merger to improve the company’s financial profile.

Healthcare

Arranged of $15 million financing for a skilled nursing facility operator to support an acquisition and change of ownership.

Manufacturing

Financial advisor in connection with a bankruptcy filing in the Delaware Bankruptcy Court, restructuring the balance sheet and selling the Debtor’s assets through a 363 sale.

Consumer Products Company

Managed the 13-week cash flow forecast to improve the company’s relationship with its lender, and prepared tools and analysis as the company attracted interest from equity growth investors.