Rich is a tremendous addition to our Council
Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 11, 2009
KCP Advisory Group(KCP), a provider of financial advisory, corporate restructuring and business advisory services, is pleased to announce the addition of Richard Bochicchio to their Advisory Council.
Mr. Bochicchio adds over 30 years of experience in financial advisory and commercial lending to the resources of KCP's Advisory Council. He has had significant success in distressed investing, second lien and asset based lending and has an extensive history of working with middle market companies in transition.
"Rich is a tremendous addition to our Council," comments Jacen Dinoff, CEO of KCP. "His broad experience working with companies in transition combined with his in-depth knowledge of both commercial lending and investing is a great asset to our firm and a tremendous value to our clients."
Mr. Bochicchio is a co-founder and Managing Director of Seaward Partners, a private investment firm providing junior debt and equity solutions to middle market companies. Prior to Seaward, he co-founded and served as Managing Director of Crystal Capital, a private investment fund providing debt and equity to middle market companies, real estate and special situation investments. He has also held senior positions at Fleet Bank and Bank of Boston (now part of Bank of America), Chase Manhattan and Back Bay Capital Funding. He is active in several community-based, regional and national industry organizations including the Turnaround Management Association, the Association for Corporate Growth and the Commercial Finance Association and is a frequent speaker at industry events on distressed investing, second lien lending and asset based lending.
"Rich is well respected in the lending and investment communities. He brings tremendous expertise and a strong skill set to the organization," adds Andrew H. Moser, Founder of The Kairos Group and Chairman of KCP's Advisory Council. "Rich adds tremendous strength to the already top-notch team at KCP, and will most certainly contribute in a meaningful way to the continued growth of the company."
About KCP Advisory Group
Formed by some of the most respected and innovative leaders in lending, investing, turnaround consulting and business advisory services, KCP Advisory Group (KCP) provides financial advisory, corporate restructuring and business performance improvement services to lender, investor, legal and corporate stakeholders. With decades of proven experience in all aspects of corporate transactions and reorganizations, the professionals at KCP provide unique insight and complete business solutions for companies in transition or reorganization, or seeking to improve operational efficiency and profitability. Through quick and careful analysis of a situation, the professionals at KCP Advisory Group will identify solutions and execute a plan of action with a sense of urgency and dedication to achieving optimal results. To learn more about KCP Advisory Group, please visit our Web site at http://www.kcpadvisory.com.
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