The financial, legal, economic and policy professionals at Millstein & Co. have decades of experience providing independent advice across a broad spectrum of high profile situations, with noted expertise in restructuring, sovereign advisory and financial institutions.

Restructuring

Millstein & Co. is a leading advisor to companies, investors, acquirors and other constituencies in special situations involving financial distress. In situations rife with uncertainty, we draw upon our diverse group of investment bankers, economists, lawyers and policy professionals to develop innovative solutions to achieve successful outcomes for our clients. Representative engagements include US Airways acquisition of American Airlines out of chapter 11, Caesars Operating Company in its chapter 11 proceedings, and Affinion in its recent out-of-court recapitalization transaction.

Sovereign

Millstein & Co is a leading advisor to sovereigns, providing independent economic, policy and financial advice to governments and creditors in challenging macroeconomic situations.  Drawing upon our diverse group of professionals' expertise and decades-long experience, Millstein & Co. advises on strategies for market access, fiscal adjustment, debt sustainability and the restructuring of state-owned enterprises.  Recent engagements in which our professionals have been involved include the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Republic of Cyprus and the Hellenic Republic.

Financial Institutions

As a result of the recent financial crisis, financial institutions face a challenging regulatory and market environment. Drawing upon the  government policy, economics and investment banking experience of its professionals, Millstein & Co.'s financial institutions group provides independent advice to governments and financial institutions on resolution planning and implementation, valuation and asset disposition, mergers and acquisitions, recapitalization transactions and business restructuring.  Recent engagements include advice to a large financial institution on the development of its living will and to an independent government agency on the development of its resolution regime for systemically important financial institutions.