Kam is a Managing Director with more than 27 years of Interim Management and Financial Advisory experience in the turnaround and restructuring, performance improvement, and supply chain sectors. He has served in senior management and advisory roles – representing key stakeholders including companies/debtors, Boards, commercial banks, asset-based lenders, private equity firms, and creditor committees across industries that include healthcare, construction and building materials, manufacturing, chemicals, energy, government, transportation and distribution, food and beverage, and sports and recreation.
Kam’s recent interim management experience include serving as: Interim CFO at CCR Specialty Chemicals, Inc., Vice President of Finance & Operations at Milford Health & Medical, Inc., SVP of Business Transformation at Interfaith Medical Center, Inc., and Interim CFO for ArrayBio Inc. He has also served as Financial advisor to the senior lender group of a distressed regional cancer treatment center with declining revenues and over $250 million of debt, and Restructuring Advisory to the senior lender group of a home healthcare staffing business with over $200 million of debt, including assessing and developing solutions for critical liquidity problems and an in-depth analysis of operational issues.
Prior to joining Accordion, Kam served as a Managing Director with ToneyKorf Partners LLC, a boutique management and advisory firm based in Los Angeles, California, where he managed significant business transformation, restructuring, and turnaround projects for leading clients. He also previously served as a Managing Director, Corporate Advisory and Restructuring Services for Grant Thornton LLP in California.
Before this, Kam served in several key roles for financial management and restructuring firms including: Director, Financial Advisory for Loughlin Management Partners and Company; Director, Corporate Restructuring for Arthur Andersen LLP / Huron Consulting LLC; and Senior Financial Analyst for Chiron Corporation.
Kam earned his M.B.A. from Saint Louis University and a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Missouri.
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