Alvarez & Marsal hires Nancy Tseng as managing director in Los Angeles

05 March 2024 2 min. read
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Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) has hired Nancy Tseng as a Los Angeles-based managing director in the corporate M&A services (CMAS) practice within its corporate performance improvement business.

Tseng brings over 20 years of M&A and business transformation consulting experience to A&M. She has advised numerous Fortune 500s and private equity firm clients on due diligence, M&A readiness, value creation, purchasing agreements, corporate governance, and business transformation.

Tseng specializes in roll-up strategies, technology enablement, synergy acceleration, operating model and organization design, and process redesign and automation.

She previously built and led the private equity practice at West Monroe Partners in Los Angeles, overseeing practice and business development and securing large new accounts. Before that, Tseng was a leader in Deloitte’s M&A practice. She also previously held roles at FTI Consulting and Booz Allen Hamilton.

Tseng has bachelor’s degrees in industrial engineering and economics from Stanford University.

Alvarez & Marsal hires Nancy Tseng as managing director in Los Angeles

“Nancy’s M&A advisory record bolsters our results-driven mindset. A&M is delivering on its commitment to continuously evolve CMAS offerings that meet the global market’s changing demands,” said Colin Harvey, managing director and national solution leader of CMAS. “Nancy’s professional trajectory demonstrates her pursuit of excellence and a ‘take-action’ approach that dovetail with our mission to drive client value and growth.”

A&M has more than 9,000 employees in 82 offices across 39 countries providing advisory, business performance improvement, and turnaround management services. The New York-headquartered consultancy works with 58 of the Fortune 100 and 44 of the FTSE 100.

“Speed is a valuable currency in M&A. A&M’s operating heritage leading companies quickly through critical corporate events is a differentiator,” Tseng said. “I am excited to collaborate with my colleagues around the world to deepen trusted client relationships, maximize deal value for our clients, and help build enduring companies that lead and innovate.”

A&M recently added seven managing directors to launch its financial services industry (FSI) practice in the United States.