Financial consultancies KCP Advisory Group and Altman and Company merge

24 January 2024 Consulting.us 1 min. read

KCP Advisory Group and Altman and Company, two Boston-based restructuring and financial consulting firms, have merged.

The combined business, which will initially operate as KCP-Altman Advisory Group, will provide services across crisis and turnaround management, financial advisory, performance improvement, interim management, lender portfolio management advisory, forensic accounting, and litigation support.

Founded in 2008, KCP Advisory Group has a team of 11 professionals, according to its website. The firm has practices in corporate restructuring and turnaround services, transaction advisory, litigation support and forensic analysis, financial advisory, business performance improvement, and interim management.

Financial consultancies KCP Advisory Group and Altman and Company merge

"We have had the opportunity to work with the Altman and Company team on several matters over the years,” Jacen Dinoff, CEO of KCP, said. “They are a highly experienced team of professionals that deliver to their clients and the combination of our teams further strengthens our capabilities to enable us to provide fully integrated and enhanced solutions to our clients.”

Founded in 1976, Altman and Company has a team of seven professionals, according to its website. The firm has practices in debt restructuring and financing alternatives, business review and analysis, bankruptcy support services, and customized services.

“We have been presented numerous opportunities in the last few years for merger/acquisition,” Gordon Lewis, managing partner for Altman and Company, said. “Merging with the KCP team was the right decision for us considering the synergies between the teams and the new opportunities and capabilities that we will be able to offer our clients. KCP has built a great team we are proud to join our firms together.”