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Harrison J. Goldin to Receive Miller Award

GA Update
11.15.2012

Goldin AssociatesLLC is honored to announce that its founder and senior managing director, Harrison J. Goldin, has been selected to receive the Beard Group’s Harvey R. Miller Outstanding Achievement Award for Service to the Restructuring Industry. The award will be presented at Beard Group’s 19th Annual Distressed Investing Conference on Monday, November 26, at which Mr. Goldin will deliver the keynote address. For information on the conference, please visit the Beard Group’s website.

Mr. Goldin said, “I am honored to receive this award and to be included among the restructuring professionals recognized in years past who have, like Harvey Miller, made meaningful and enduring contributions to our industry.” Prior recipients include:

2001 Harvey Miller, Weil Gotshal
2002 Steve Cooper, Zolfo Cooper
2003 Wilbur Ross, W.L Ross & Co.
2004 Jay Alix, AlixPartners
2005 Arthur Newman, The Blackstone Group
2006 Tony Alvarez II, Alvarez & Marsal
2007 David Tepper, Appaloosa Management
2008 William Repko, Evercore Partners
2009 Al Koch, AlixPartners
2010 Barry Ridings, Lazard
2011 David Resnick, Rothschild

Goldin Managing Director and former distressed-debt-focused hedge fund manager Marti P. Murray commented: “Jay is one of the industry leaders whose work is admired by professional advisors and investors alike. He is an ideal choice for this award.” Goldin Executive Managing Director David Pauker said, “Jay has been a leading figure in our industry for decades, and no one is more deserving of this recognition. My colleagues at Goldin Associates join me in proudly congratulating him.”

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