Charvi GuptaGetzler Henrich & Associates , New York, NY
CHARVI is a director with Getzler Henrich & Associates and has more than 10 years of experience across corporate turnarounds, operational and financial restructuring, M&A, and bankruptcy situations. She has extensive experience advising companies and senior lenders in complex debt restructurings, distressed financings and workouts. In addition, she specializes in working with underperforming companies to develop and implement business-transformation strategies, performance-improvement approaches and turnaround plans. Her experience spans multiple industries, including retail, health care, commercial real estate and hospitality, security alarm, automotive and restaurants. Previously, she was an investment banking associate at MTS Health Partners, where she focused on M&A and private placements in the health care industry. Prior to that, she was an investment banking senior analyst at Deutsche Bank in Mumbai and Hong Kong, where she focused on M&A and financing in the consumer and retail space. She also has worked in project finance at one of the leading infrastructure companies in Mumbai.
Charvi is actively involved in various industry associations and initiatives. She is a member of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and serves on the New York Chapter’s NextGen committee. She is a member of the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation and serves on its Finance Committee at the international level. She also is a member of ABI. She has participated in several panels and podcasts, and has written thought leadership articles in such forums as TMA, Hilco’s podcast, and in publications covering such topics as challenges in the retail industry, minimizing COVID-19 impacts for restaurants, and guidance for small businesses. She was part of the team that received The M&A Advisor’s 16th Annual Turnaround Awards for Sec. 363 Sale (2022) and 15th Annual Turnaround Awards for Restructuring & Majority Recap (2021). At Getzler Henrich, she is actively involved in the firm’s marketing strategy committee and heads the firm’s NextGen initiatives.
Outside of work, Charvi is engaged with several community initiatives. At Be! Fund, a nonprofit venture fund investing in start-ups by underprivileged women in India, she has helped women entrepreneurs with financially sustainable business plans; at Xavier Resource Center for the Visually Challenged, she helped develop an e-library of more than 10,000 books in accessible formats; with MyMentor, she reviews college admission essays and conducts mock interviews for international students for study in the U.S.; and with Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, she helps redistribute food to homeless shelters in New York City
“[Charvi] consistently steps up and accepts greater responsibilities and takes ownership of key areas of analysis on her engagements.”