Mr. Moses has 25 years of diverse experience across distressed investing, restructuring, debt & equity capital markets and advisory services both in the US and Europe. Decisive and detail-oriented by nature, Mr. Moses has been selected to participate in an array of complex chapter 11 cases, in or out-of-court restructurings, liquidations, distressed financial transactions and traditional equity investments. His expertise spans across a range of industries including energy, financial services, gaming, healthcare, leisure, media, metals and mining, real estate, retail, technology and transportation.
As Head of Province’s Institutional Creditor Advisory Business, Mr. Moses and the Province team quickly analyze complex business situations and use a consensus building approach to create solutions that satisfy represented constituents in a transaction. The practice focuses on reorganization advisory services for secured lenders, bondholders and other creditor groups, in or out-of-court solutions, pre-packaged/prearranged chapter 11 bankruptcies and traditional chapter 11 processes. In addition, Mr. Moses leads Province’s Financial Advisory for Independent Directors Business, which provides valuation services, board of director advisory services, pre-bankruptcy strategic alternatives and planning services among others. Recently, he served Province as an advisor in the cases of Murray Energy, Guitar Center, Intelsat, Sequential Brands and Washington Prime Group, among others.
Previously named #1 Distressed Analyst by Institutional Investor Magazine, Mr. Moses is a recognized thought leader in the distressed business category. He has invested in or worked on more than 100 transactions throughout his career at prestigious firms such as Lazard Freres, DLJ, Credit Suisse, Long Acre and TPG. Prior to joining Province, he was the Managing Principal and CIO for Pacific Creek Capital, an investment firm that he built from the ground up and ran for almost a decade.
Recently moving from San Francisco to Las Vegas, Mr. Moses has begun to place his roots in the local community through volunteering at the Meadows School, starting a non-profit youth basketball organization and participating in charities such as the Collaboration Center Foundation and Casa de Luz.
B.A., American Studies, Amherst College 1996 (Magna Cum Laude)