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Steven A. San Filippo

Steve San Filippo is the founder and principal of San Filippo & Associates. He has over 30 years of management experience providing restructuring, rebuilding, remaking, and transformational leadership to privately owned companies. Steve has assisted clients globally across a wide range of industries. During the past five years, he has served as chairman and chief operating officer at Dicar, Inc., the leading global provider of urethane products to the corrugated industry. Previously, Steve served in a variety of leadership roles including chief restructuring officer, crisis manager, financial advisor, chief financial officer and chief operating officer. Steve received a BA in liberal arts from Gettysburg College and an MBA in finance from New York University Stern School of Business. He is a graduate of Wharton’s Advanced Management Program (AMP) and is a member of and certified by the Turnaround Management Association.


Articles by Steven A. San Filippo

An investor hands over keys to a distressed asset as part of an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or ABC

Selling Distressed Assets: The Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors Alternative

An Alternative to Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 Liquidations Financially distressed companies faced with unlikely prospects for reorganization – and the creditors who can influence their decisions – often take advantage of the chapter 11 liquidation option, where the debtor’s assets can be sold free and clear of all liens, claims, and encumbrances. This leaves […]


Managing Cash and Stakeholders to Turn Around a Company

Insufficient liquidity shrinks the range of options for a financially distressed business. The metaphor of a melting ice cube is often used to illustrate the situation. When the cash runs out and the company is unable to pay its employees or vendors, the ice cube has melted. The business has failed, and recoverable value has collapsed.


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