Brian Ludlow Joins Leading Debt Resolution Firm Covendium as Managing Director

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Covendium, the leading commercial debt resolution firm, is pleased to welcome Brian Ludlow as Managing Director.

Brian Ludlow, Managing Director at Covendium

Covendium, the nation’s largest debtor-side commercial debt restructuring and advocacy firm, welcomes Brian Ludlow as Managing Director. Brian, an experienced entrepreneur, business owner and consultant, will draw on his varied industry experience to introduce potential clients to the many services that Covendium provides.

Covendium specializes in comprehensive commercial debt restructuring and resolution advisory services for entrepreneurs whose financial model has been compromised by unsustainable debt service payments. Covendium helps entrepreneurs restructure their business, avoid bankruptcy and refocus their attention from their debt to revenue growth. A full-service firm, Covendium also offers targeted business consulting and access to private capital for its clients. Covendium’s proprietary process combines detailed financial analysis and in-depth market knowledge with experienced professionals that have already negotiated successful resolutions for over $5 billion in client obligations, and expects another $1B of liabilities under advisement in the 4th Quarter of 2011.

“Covendium was introduced to Brian through his consulting work for firms seeking assistance with asset protection and debt resolution. We were impressed by his professionalism and his knowledge of a number of different fields,” says John Douglas, COO & Managing Director of Covendium. “With the tremendous growth that Covendium is currently experiencing, having Brian on our team will ensure we are able to continue offering the highest level of service to all clients.”

Ludlow says he decided to join Covendium after seeing the incredible level of talent at the firm and the unrivaled systems the firm has in place to guide clients through the entire asset restructuring process. “I had actually helped connect some people I knew with Covendium, and witnessing the solutions Covendium was able to offer really sparked my interest. I was moved to join the team because of the opportunity to really help people. Covendium guides people through one of the toughest times of their lives, and I know we’re coming into a time when these services are going to be more and more in demand.”

In addition to his role of Managing Director at Covendium, Brian is President of Ludlow Enterprises, specializing in restaurant and real estate operations; President of Energy Conserving Options, an energy-use auditing firm; and President of Ludlow Consulting Group, helping firms with business turnaround and project implementation. He is also the Chapter Chair of the Orlando chapter of the World Presidents' Organization. Brian holds a BS in Business/Marketing from San Diego State University.

For more information about Brian Ludlow, or any of Covendium’s products or services, call them at (407) 965-3535, or view them on the web at

About Covendium
Covendium specializes in comprehensive commercial debt resolution, restructuring and business consulting for clients whose financial model has been compromised by the economic downturn and the bank liquidity crisis.

For some clients, all they need is an experienced negotiator to provide their lender with the reality of the financial situation and the tool-set to restructure their obligations. For other clients, Covendium provides business consulting and access to non-bank funding sources.

Their team of professional advisors has successfully restructured billions in transactions, with dozens of banking institutions (including major national, regional and community banks) and over 30 separate non-bank financial counterparties.

Bad things happen to good people. Covendium is a premier national debt resolution firm that helps their clients with everything from commercial foreclosure to debt management to commercial debt restructuring to private debt placement.


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