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May 1, 2024
TMA Chicago Midwest Podcast Featuring Greg Milligan and Jim Keane | Decoding Receiverships
By Jim Keane , Gregory S. Milligan, CTP

Podcast: Decoding Receiverships: Insights From Jim Keane and Greg Milligan of Harney Partners

Listen to the latest TMA Chicago Midwest Podcast hosted by Paul Musser, Partner of Katten, as he leads a discussion about receiverships with Jim Keane and Greg Milligan. They delve into the increased importance of receivership services as a way of selling or liquidating distressed companies and offer some practical advice on when parties should consider receiverships and how they work. The guests also discuss their own restructuring journeys and give some business development advice based on what they’re seeing in the restructuring market. Read more about this on Katten’s blog.

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Jim Keane
Jim Keane
Chief Operating Officer

Throughout his career as a corporate attorney, business executive, and turnaround professional, Jim has amassed critical expertise that he lends to support Harney clients. He has served for more than 20 years as a leader and advisor for both large public companies and smaller companies in a variety of industries, including powdered metal manufacturing, printing, electronic parts, consumer products, financial services, consumer credit, retail apparel and hardlines, and social services.

Gregory S. Milligan, CTP
Executive Vice President

For more than 25 years, and with engagements involving onsite advisory to clients in more than 25 states and multiple foreign countries, Greg has maintained a practice surrounding troubled situations or situations that require fiduciary oversight. He joined Harney Partners in 1998 and opened the Austin office in 2001. Since that time, he has both led and collaborated on engagements with highly successful outcomes, meriting multiple peer-review awards from the Turnaround Management Association and the M&A Advisor.