Robert A. Kuhn, Managing Director, is located at the firm’s New York-based headquarters office. He focuses on turnaround management, financial restructuring, and bankruptcy consulting. Bob’s expertise in helping distressed businesses was honed during more than thirty years with JPMorgan Chase Bank and its predecessor entities, with key roles in the bank’s workout and special credits areas. For the past four years, Bob has been a financial advisor and has provided clients the benefit of his extensive experience, skills, and unique perspective.
His most recent clients include businesses in the retail and manufacturing and distribution sectors, where he works closely with senior management to improve the structure of their debt and enhance relationships with lenders. Bob readily establishes and maintains strong working relationships with clients and sponsors, as well as with agents and lenders, bringing to bear his years of experience working as a managing director in the special credits group of JPMorgan Chase. While at JPMorgan, his experience included workouts in the fields of food, retail, apparel, energy, jewelry, not-for-profits, real estate, and manufacturing.
After graduating from law school, Bob spent a short time in practice, after which he joined Chemical Bank as a loan workout officer and attorney, completing the Chemical Bank credit training program. Over the years Bob was an integral part of many of the major bank mergers of that time, including those between Chemical Bank and Manufacturers Hanover, then Chase, JPMorgan, Bank One, Bank of New York, and Bear Sterns.
Bob earned a B.S. degree from the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, MA.