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Michael Schwarzmann

Michael Schwarzmann has over 17 years experience providing advisory services to companies and their constituents, utilizing his legal and financial background to assist in identifying issues and implementing meaning value-added solutions. Michael has assisted clients in developing and evaluating business and turnaround plans, analyzing financial and operational performance, and formulating successful strategies to preserve or improve asset values for stakeholders. Michael’s industry experience includes: health care, manufacturing, agricultural, construction, restaurants and franchising, energy, travel and investment banking. Representative client groups include companies, shareholders, lender groups, unsecured creditors and other stakeholders on financial, operational and strategic issues.

Michael earned a Masters in Business Administration from the Anderson School at the University of California, Los Angeles, a Bachelor of Science degree from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, and a Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles.


Articles by Michael Schwarzmann

How to read a balance sheet

Finding Truth in a Debtor’s Balance Sheet: Analyzing Assets, Liabilities and Equity

How to Read a Balance Sheet Beyond Surface Level   A balance sheet provides a snapshot of a company’s financial condition as of a specific date by presenting three components: assets, liabilities and equity.  While a balance sheet may help its user to evaluate a company for stability, investment potential, and creditworthiness, it should not […]


File Early and Often: Filing and Amending Claims in a Bankruptcy Case

A Primer for Those Holding Bankruptcy Claims Against a Debtor Bankruptcy claims do more than simply determine the amount of money a creditor is owed or can receive as a distribution. Claims also can generate clout. Clout enables a creditor to sit on a creditor committee, have more leverage in negotiations, and claim a higher-priority […]


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