- 299 Park Avenue, 21st Floor, New York, NY 10171
- (212) 457-3308
- Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support, Corporate Finance Advisory, Real Estate Services
- Financial Advisor, Insolvency Trustee, Restructuring & Turnaround Professional, Turnaround Professional
Wayne P. Weitz is a Certified Turnaround Professional with more than 30 years of experience in turnaround management, financial and operational restructuring, bankruptcy, mergers and acquisitions and complex bondholder litigation. His practice includes debtor and borrower advisory services, secured and unsecured creditor advisory services, offshore and cross-border insolvency, valuation, litigation support and statutory and ad hoc committees.
Wayne returned to GlassRatner after spending several years with other restructuring advisory and distressed investment banking firms. He originally joined GlassRatner in 2008 and was one of the senior professionals who opened our initial New York office in 2009.
During his turnaround and restructuring career Wayne has focused on advising troubled companies and stakeholders in and out of bankruptcy in domestic and cross-border situations. Prior to becoming a restructuring professional, Wayne held positions in the corporate sector, where his responsibilities encompassed a range of activities including capital allocation, strategic planning, international acquisitions, valuation of potential acquisitions and investments and deal execution. He began his career as an investment banker and has completed nearly 100 acquisitions, dispositions and capital formation transactions.
Wayne is co-chair of the American Bankruptcy Institute's Complex Financial Restructuring Program, and is a former co-chair of the ABI's Financial Advisors and Investment Banking Committee. He earned his BA from Brandeis University and his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and holds the CTP designation. In addition, Wayne has earned his Intermediate Sommelier Certification from the National Wine School.