Alderney Advisors Announces Semi-Retirement Of One Of Its Founding Partners

Kriss Andrews To Take a Less Active Role With the Firm

Nov 13, 2014, 08:00 ET from Alderney Advisors

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Alderney Advisors today announced the semi-retirement of one of its founding partners, Kriss Andrews.  According to Greg Coppola, managing director and founding partner, Kriss' departure is a result of recent health issues.

"I decided I did not want to work fulltime following my diagnosis earlier this spring with a rare, non-communicable autoimmune disorder. The good news is the condition is treatable and I am now in full remission," said Kriss.  He added, "I will be taking a less active role in the firm to concentrate on the fewer engagements in which I am involved and my recovery."

Alicia Masse, managing director and founding partner, said, "Kriss remains a very good friend of the firm, and we are very pleased that he will continue to work with Alderney on a select basis in the future."

Partners Alicia Masse and Greg Coppola, founded Alderney Advisors with Andrews in 2013 to provide management consulting, supply risk management, interim management, and related restructuring and turnaround services to clients primarily in the automotive, manufacturing, and banking industries.   

About Alderney Advisors
Alderney Advisors is a business advisory firm providing uniquely valuable expertise in the areas of management consulting, supply risk management, interim management, debtor representation, creditor representation, due diligence, and litigation support.


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