A&M adds senior expert Stuart Greenberg to Financial Services unit

22 June 2016 Consultancy.uk

Alvarez & Marsal have hired private banking veteran Stuart Greenberg, who joins the firm after more than 30 years of independent consulting. In his new role, Greenberg will join A&M’s Financial Industry Advisory Services practice as a Senior Advisor.

Prior to joining Alvarez & Marsal (A&M), Stuart Greenberg was a Private Banker at his own firm, Stuart Greenberg. During his more than 30-year career, Greenberg specialised in debt management for small to medium sized business clients and HNWIs, as well as providing Financial/Banking Consultancy, Litigation consultancy and Expert Witness Testimony. Previously, from 1975 until 1986, Greenberg was a Senior Vice President/Manager of the Baltimore Loan Production Office for the National Bank of Washington. Ealier roles filled by Greenberg include Credit Analysis Supervisor for the International Division at Crocker National Bank; Training Program at Chase Manhattan Bank; and Lecturer at the University of Maryland University College.

Greenberg holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Alabama and a Master of Arts in International Affairs from the George Washington University.

Stuart Greenberg - Alvarez & Marsal

A&M recently announced that Greenberg will join its Financial Industry Advisory Services practice as a Senior Advisor. The new role will see A&M leverage Greenberg’s more than 40 years of industrial experience within the commercial banking sector, as well as his experience from testifying in more than 100 lender liability law suits. He joins the firm’s New York office.

“The credibility, expertise and experience that Stuart brings to the firm are not only emblematic of what our clients have come to expect from A&M, but also provide the added depth of knowledge often required for solving many complex problems in today’s financial services industry,” says Douglas Lambert, a Managing Director and Co-CEO of the firm’s US Financial Industry Advisory Services unit.

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