We attempt to pursue a consensual resolution to complex challenges while maintaining effective advocacy for our clients’ interests.
For 22 years, Alex has advised companies, creditors and other stakeholders in varied distressed and special situations involving approximately $80 billion of financial obligations. He has comprehensive experience in special situations driven by overall economic conditions, capital market trends, sector disruptions or situation-specific factors such as poor management, customer loss and commodity prices. He drives consensual resolution of these complex issues for his clients. In addition, Alex leverages extensive lender relationships to deliver strategic, bespoke financing alternatives for clients requiring structured or specialized financing solutions.
Alex has been instrumental in establishing and building Lincoln’s relationships in the restructuring market both nationally and locally, and successfully raised both debt and equity capital to complete restructuring and other transactions. He has advised on distressed M&A, amendments, waivers, debt for equity conversions, plans of reorganization and other financial restructuring transactions and has extensive experience executing transactions through the Chapter 11 process.
His has represented public and private companies, hedge funds, lender groups, ad hoc committees, official committees and buyers of distressed assets. Selected clients have included Vince, Hobbico, Kraco, AT Cross, Katy Industries, Dream Center Foundation, Vestis Retail Group, Eastern Outfitters, Hancock Fabrics, Constar, Insight Imaging, LandSource, Fleetwood Industries, Nurseryman’s Exchange, Fuddruckers, FullerBrush, Gateway Container Leasing Corporation, Winn Dixie Stores, Byucksan Corporation, Flow International and Pillowtex.
Alex is a member of the Turnaround Management Association and American Bankruptcy Institute. He is a frequent speaker on restructuring and Chapter 11 topics.
Prior to joining Lincoln, Alex led the restructuring and special situations practice of FocalPoint Securities. Previously, he was a senior member of the restructuring practice at Ernst & Young Corporate Finance.
Alex holds a Bachelor of Arts from Michigan State University where he graduated cum laude.
Lincoln International is pleased to announce the successful refinancing for Engineered Controls International
Lincoln International advises EMSI on the refinancing with new revolving and term loan facilities provided by MidCap
Lincoln International represents Sun Capital Partners in the sale of Kraco Enterprises' air care assets to Niteo Products, LLC
Lincoln International represents Sun Capital Partners in the sale of Kraco Enterprises' accessories, floor mat and sun protection assets to Custom Accessories
Lincoln International Represents Hobbico, Inc. in its Sale to Horizon Hobby, Estes Industries and Quantum Capital Partners
Lincoln International represents Katy Industries in its restructuring and sale to Highview Capital and Victory Park Capital Advisors
Perspectives by Alexander Stevenson
MH Business Exchange Podcast | Ruminations and Insights on Corporate Restructuring: The lawyer and the Investment Banker
View original post from McDonald Hopkins on June 13, 2019 here. Alex Stevenson, Lincoln International LLC Managing Director, joined host Mike Witzke for McDonald Hopkins’ MH Business Exchange podcast for a discussion about […]
Does a Correction Loom? Why This Time Wouldn’t Look Anything Like 2008
It’s been a bumpy ride of late as 2018 fades into the rearview mirror and we charge ahead into 2019. From see-sawing public debt and equity markets, the government shutdown, tariffs and […]
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