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Curtis G. Solsvig III

Managing Director


Curtis G. Solsvig III has over 30 years of experience in the turnaround industry, both as a restructuring advisor and as an interim manager, CEO or CRO, in dozens of engagements.  Curt has developed deep expertise in rapidly assessing troubled situations, formulating action plans and executing them to preserve and enhance liquidity and enterprise value.  This includes revamping operations, cutting costs and making more efficient use of working capital, as well as implementing balance sheet solutions, such as raising new capital, disposition of assets, sale of some or all of the relevant business and restructuring in or out of court.  Curt also has also worked on the buy-side as an operating partner, rendering him especially attuned to the needs of alternative investment funds and other entities holding interests in troubled enterprises.

At Goldin, Curt has worked on various matters, including serving as CRO of Lily Robotics, Inc., advising the Platinum Partners SEC-appointed Receiver and advising the Unsecured Creditors Committee in Real Industries.  Curt has also worked with companies, including Quiksilver, Borders Books, Restoration Hardware, Manischewitz Foods, Atari, Cornerstone Propane and Ports America and has extensive expertise in the fund management business, including portfolio and financial management, fund administration and board-level supervision.

Before joining Goldin, Curt was a Managing Director at Strategic Value Partners, a distressed-debt hedge fund.  At earlier points in his career, Curt was a Managing Director at AlixPartners and Alvarez & Marsal.  He also founded and managed his own restructuring firm, Everett & Solsvig.  Curt began his career at The Boston Consulting Group.


M.B.A. Harvard Business School

B.A., Economics, magna cum laude, Harvard College


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