- Senior Managing Director
- Corporate Finance
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- Denver, CO, 80202
- United States
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- Bachelor of Economics, Econometrics and Accounting, University of New South Wales
- ASIC Registered Liquidator
- ASIC Registered Official Liquidator
- Chartered Accountant
- Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP)
- Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ)
- Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA)
- Member of FINSIA
- Financial Due Diligence
- Financial Planning & Analysis
- Interim Management
- Performance Improvement
- Restructuring / Turnaround Services
- Hospitality, Gaming & Leisure
- Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT)
Nathan Landrey specializes in performance and operational improvement at the intersection of technology and manufacturing. Mr. Landrey's experience includes work for business of all sizes, including NASDAQ and ASX listed entities, undertaking roles focused on interim management, strategic turnaround advice, financial modelling and addressing client debt structure concerns to develop innovative solutions.
As Interim CFO for Getaround, Inc., leading marketplace platform for peer-to-peer carsharing, global operator in mobility space, Mr. Landrey’s role was to guide through current liquidity issues, undertake equity and or debt financing, drive maturity of processes and policies, design future state of the Finance & Accounting Org. Mr. Landrey was Interim Global Controller, VP for Husky Injection Molding Systems, Inc., a Canadian-based leading global manufacturer of injection molding equipment to the plastics industry, employing 4,000+, with over $1 billion in revenue. Mr. Landrey led the Regional Controllership function through US GAAP > IFRS conversion and crystallized financial systems upgrades/integrations.
Mr. Landrey also served as Interim CFO for Array Technologies, Inc., a global leader in solar array technology, manufacturing, R&D and logistics. He was engaged by Oaktree’s GFi Clean Energy group to mature the Finance & Accounting team, complete audits (year-end and collateral), renegotiate lender agreements and covenants and improve key stakeholder reporting. Navigation of an ERP implementation rescue was critical to success of this role. Another Interim Management role Mr. Landrey served was CFO for Erickson, Inc – global helicopter manufacturer, MRO and operator with turnover circa $230 million and debt of $150 million, portfolio company of Wayzata Investment Partners and MHR Fund Management. The role required design and implementation of a future state finance & accounting function, driving improvements in organizational structure, processes, reporting and importantly culture.
Mr. Landrey was Interim Management (Deputy CAO) and Internal Control Remediation lead for NASDAQ listed networking technology developer and manufacturer with market cap circa $3 billion. This role focused on remediation of internal control deficiencies and material weaknesses, documentation of accounting policies, flow charts and IT systems mapping. Also included overseeing SEC reporting, communications with auditors, implementing improved financial reporting and projection capabilities.
Select advisory experience includes: liquidity analysis, assessing CAPEX (production plant build), long term financial projections and valuation of smart glass manufacturer needing $100M new funding to reach commercialization; co-leading restructuring of party equipment rentals business with turnover of over $200 million and over 24 locations across USA, included assessment of turnaround plan, valuation analysis, CAPEX and cash flow forecasting and labor efficiency strategies; being engaged to undertake customer profitability analysis and reset of go-to-market strategy for Australia’s largest on-line directories business (over AU$1 billion in revenue) - the role included matching organizational chart to proposed strategy and considering efficiency of existing operations to achieve maximum customer lifetime value (LTV).
Mr. Landrey also led the strategic business review of an ASX listed mining services company generating $300 million annually and employing approximately 1,000 staff. The role required an assessment of the overall strategy and management capabilities of the company, forecast analysis and assumption testing, revenue and project pipeline review, consideration of cash flow and working capital requirements.