Kevin Hand is a Managing Director and Shareholder at Conway MacKenzie, Inc. where he provides crisis management, debt restructuring, and turnaround consulting services to distressed clients.
Mr. Hand has experience in a variety of industries and has completed engagements in the automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, financial services, and municipal government industries. Mr. Hand has provided turnaround and restructuring services for nearly 15 years in various capacities for clients primarily in the middle-market.
Mr. Hand is experienced in both financial and operational aspects of corporate and municipal revitalization. Most recently, Kevin assisted the City of Detroit with its historic operational and financial restructuring.
He is a member of the Turnaround Management Association, the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors, and the Association for Corporate Growth. Mr. Hand serves on the Loyola High School Detroit Board of Directors, where he has been a member of the school’s Finance Committee since 2011 and is the Chairperson of the school’s Business Plan Committee.
Prior to joining Conway MacKenzie, Mr. Hand has also served as a financial analyst for manufacturing firms in the industrial, aerospace and defense, and automotive industries, and as a commercial loan officer for a prominent Midwestern bank.