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Alois Chakabva

Director

Profile

Alois Chakabva has more than 16 years of experience providing services in forensic financial investigations, audit, restructuring advisory and litigation support to a wide variety of clients.

Alois’s roles at Goldin have included: supporting the bankruptcy trustee in Fletcher International, advising the Wind-down Committee of Dewey & LeBoeuf, supporting the CRO to Titan Worldwide, assisting a major creditor in the workout of National Amusements, Inc.’s debt obligations (the holding company of CBS and Viacom), and assisting the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors Group of Primus Telecommunications.

Prior to joining Goldin, Alois was a Manager in KPMG’s Transaction Services group, where his work focused on restructuring and due diligence assignments, including business plan development, cash management review and monitoring. Earlier, he was a financial analyst with UBS in its asset management group, and an auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young.

Education

M.B.A, N.Y.U. Stern School of Business

B.S., Accounting, University of South Africa

Certifications

Certified Public Accountant (CT)

Chartered Accountant (South Africa)

Certified Fraud Examiner

News

We wish health and peace of mind all around in this difficult and chaotic time. Our thoughts are with those who are struggling with Covid-19 and its broad and painful effects.

Goldin Associates is fully operational, and you can continue to expect our customary level of client service.  Although the Covid-19 situation is unique, the commercial effects present the kind of challenges that we are accustomed to addressing.  As crisis management and restructuring professionals, whether as interim corporate officers or advisors, our team members are seasoned in helping management teams, creditors, equity holders and other constituents chart a steady course through turbulent waters.  As fiduciaries, we work to preserve value and as financial experts we measure it.  

We hope and pray that the disruptive health, social and economic effects of this crisis are as contained as possible, and we are striving to do what we can—as community members and as professionals—to work towards that goal.