BOSTON, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Tiger Group, a national advisory, valuation, auction, management, and disposition services firm, announced today that Billy Weinstein and Mark Stein have joined the team.
Messrs. Weinstein and Stein, who were previously associated with Gordon Brothers Group and The Ozer Group, will be working with the Tiger team to deepen existing capabilities, as well as lead the company into new services and businesses.
"We are very excited to add Billy's and Mark's experience and vision to our team," said Dan Kane, Principal and Managing Member of Tiger Group. "With their talent and skills, we expect to serve our clients with even more creativity and resourcefulness."
"Billy and Mark complement our company perfectly," added Steve Goldberger, Principal and Managing Member of Tiger Capital. "By bringing them on board, we will be better able to execute our plans for future growth in the industry."
"We joined Tiger because the company brings a unique perspective to troubled situations," said Billy Weinstein. "In today's market, less traditional methods can yield outcomes far superior to an 'in the box' approach."
"We believe no other firm has the ability to offer the resources and agility needed in this economy," added Mark Stein.
Billy Weinstein has more than 25 years' experience in valuing, managing, acquiring, and selling businesses and assets in challenging circumstances. On behalf of his clients, he has orchestrated transactions involving more than $20 billion in assets. He also served as Chief Executive Officer of CompUSA and was a founding partner of The Ozer Group, which provided a wide array of professional and financial services for over a decade.
Mark Stein has spent the past 20 years valuing, managing, and lending to distressed businesses. He has overseen all operational aspects associated with the sale, collateralization, or disposition of assets worth several billion dollars. He was a founding partner of The Ozer Group, where he oversaw all finance and operations of the firm.
Billy Weinstein and Mark Stein will be based in Tiger Group's Boston office.
About Tiger: Tiger provides comprehensive advisory, valuation, auction, management, and disposition services for a broad range of retail, wholesale, and industrial companies. Over the past 30 years, Tiger has managed more store closings than any other firm and has provided inventory appraisals, auctions, and disposition services in a wide range of industries. The company's focus is to help businesses, asset-based lenders, and other financial institutions understand the underlying value of inventory and equipment; to provide key monitoring advice; and, when needed, disposition services. To learn more about Tiger Group, please visit www.tigergroupllc.com.
Press Contact: Dan Kane, (805) 497-8900; email@example.com.
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