Meet Daniel S. Polsky
Director, Deloitte CRG
Dan Polsky has more than 25 years of restructuring experience, and currently serves as co-leader of CRG’s Creditor Rights channel within Deloitte FAS. Throughout his career, Mr. Polsky has led many engagements in formal bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court restructurings, advising unsecured creditors’ committees, senior management of distressed businesses, bank lenders, private equity investors, and other parties in interest. In addition, Mr. Polsky has served in numerous crisis/turnaround management roles, assisting clients across a wide variety of industries. He provides Quality and Risk Management oversight for the CRG practice, with responsibility for consultations including conflict resolution and risk mitigation, engagement acceptance and documentation, service line policy development and interaction with firm leadership, FAS Risk Management, and the Office of General Counsel in connection with complex client and technical matters.
Mr. Polsky has provided a full range of consulting services for numerous clients. He has devised case strategies, developed plans of reorganization and capital structures, designed operational and strategic plans, and has created and implemented cost reduction strategies. He has conducted fraudulent conveyance and preference investigations, and performed solvency and liquidation analyses. Mr. Polsky has advised both investors considering potential business/asset acquisitions, as well as distressed businesses on disposition alternatives. In addition, he has prepared expert reports and provided expert testimony on various bankruptcy, litigation, and restructuring matters.
- Health Care
Mr. Polsky is also a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and the Turnaround Management Association.
- B.A., University of Pennsylvania
- M.B.A., New York University
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