ATLANTA (June 1, 2020) – Keen-Summit Capital Partners LLC (Keen-Summit) is pleased to announce the expansion of its presence in the Southeast with the formal addition of Jennifer Meyerowitz to Keen-Summit’s team. Ms. Meyerowitz, a senior bankruptcy, turnaround and restructuring professional, will be based in the firm’s Atlanta office. Ms. Meyerowitz brings Keen-Summit over 20 years of restructuring and bankruptcy experience.
Prior to joining Keen-Summit, Ms. Meyerowitz was a managing director at Keen-Summit’s partner, Summit Investment Management (Denver). “We are so excited to have Jennifer join our group and expand our network, expertise and capabilities. Jennifer is the consummate professional,” said Harold Bordwin, Keen-Summit’s Managing Director and Co-Principal.
Prior to that, Ms. Meyerowitz led the Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group at Garden City Group (GCG), managing both the sales and operations teams. Before she joined GCG, Ms. Meyerowitz served in operations, business development, consulting and other leadership roles, including as a vice president for a global legal technology and services company, with responsibility for development, legal consulting and strategic communications, compliance and logistics, and case management functions for the company’s bankruptcy and restructuring settlement services. Ms. Meyerowitz began her career as a practicing attorney at Alston & Bird LLP where, for nearly 10 years, she represented debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, landlords and tenants, banks and trustees in complex workouts, debt restructurings, commercial litigation and chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Ms. Meyerowitz earned her J.D. from Emory University and her B.A. from University of Michigan. She is an active participant in several industry organizations serving on their boards, speaking on panels and publishing industry articles. Ms. Meyerowitz is a former chair of the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation and former chair and co-founder of its Georgia network. Ms. Meyerowitz currently serves on the boards of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors, on the global board of the Turnaround Management Association and is the co-chair of its Network of Women. Further, Ms. Meyerowitz is involved in various other professional organizations, including having served as a former chair of the Bankruptcy Section of the Atlanta Bar Association and currently serving on various boards and committees in the industry as well as other non-profit organizations in her community. She lives in Atlanta with her husband and three kids.
Emory University School of Law, J.D.
University of Michigan, B.A., with Distinction
Since 1982 – for 38 years – Keen’s professionals have been successfully executing real estate and corporate finance transactions for financially challenged businesses and their creditors. With more than 175 years of combined experience (covering more than 3 billion square feet of real estate, constituting over $3 billion in transactions and encompassing more than 27,000 properties), the professionals at Keen offer their clients best-in-class lease restructuring services, real estate disposition, M&A and capital markets solutions. For more information about Keen-Summit Capital Partners LLC, call 646.381.9222 or visit www.keen-summit.com.
Founded in 2002, Summit Investment Management LLC is a private investment company headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Since its inception, Summit has invested more than $1.5 billion in distressed debt acquisitions, balance sheet restructures of operating companies, special situation capital, bridge loans and joint ventures. For more information about Summit Investment Management LLC, call 720.221.3200 or visit www.summit-investment.com.
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