William H. Henrich, co-chairman, provides clients with nearly 30 years experience in turnaround and crisis management, loan workout and bankruptcy consulting. He is highly experienced in helping debtors restructure their businesses, improving operations, boosting cash flow and profitability and maximizing recovery for stakeholders. Mr. Henrich also has extensive expertise in advising secured and unsecured creditors during Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, including developing plans of reorganization and providing bankruptcy forensic analysis to support litigation. Prior to joining Getzler Henrich, Bill was managing director of the New York practice of a prominent middle-market corporate restructuring firm. He also served in Arthur Andersen’s corporate recovery services group, and in 1982, started their New York bankruptcy and restructuring practice. Mr. Henrich is a former president of the Turnaround Management Association’s New York chapter and frequently lectures and writes on turnaround and bankruptcy issues. A certified public accountant, Bill also holds a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School and a bachelor’s degree from Baruch College, City University of New York.