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Teneo Appoints Nathan Cook as Head of U.S. Financial Advisory

Teneo, the global CEO advisory firm, today announced the appointment of Nathan Cook as Head of U.S. Financial Advisory.

Nathan joined Teneo in January of 2023 and has been serving as a Senior Managing Director with Teneo’s U.S. Financial Advisory practice. He has close to 30 years of experience assisting companies with financial and operational restructurings both as an advisor and in interim roles, including as a CEO, CRO, CFO, CAO and Treasurer. Throughout his career, Nathan has assisted in over 100 restructurings both in and out of court.

Prior to Teneo, Nathan spent five years as a Senior Managing Director with EY-Parthenon, leading their U.S. West Restructuring and U.S. Chief Restructuring Officer (“CRO”) practices. Previously, he founded a boutique restructuring firm that provided interim management services to distressed private equity backed companies. Prior to that he spent 14 years with AlixPartners, leading their U.S. West Restructuring and U.S. Interim CFO practices. Earlier in his career, Nathan was part of the restructuring practice at Price Waterhouse (now part of FTI Consulting) and Peterson Consulting (now part of Navigant Consulting). Nathan has an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA and a BBA from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business and is a Certified Public Accountant (Inactive).

Nathan will be reporting to Daniel Butters, CEO of Teneo’s Financial Advisory business. ”We are thrilled to have Nathan lead the growth of our U.S. Financial Advisory practice, particularly in debtor restructuring matters,” said Butters. “Nathan has spent most of his 30-year career focused on company side restructuring mandates in both advisory and interim management capacities. He has served in senior leadership positions for the past 15 years and has consistently shown the ability to lead and grow restructuring practices serving complex and high-profile clients in both the middle and mega size markets.”