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SC&H Capital’s Mann Elected to American Bankruptcy Institute’s National BOD, Named Committee Member of the Year

May 10, 2022, 07:55 AM

The American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) elected Ken Mann, Managing Director at SC&H Capital, to its national Board of Directors. Mann was also recognized as ABI’s 2021 Committee Member of the Year.

As a Managing Director at SC&H Capital, a leading investment banking and advisory firm, Mann spearheads the Special Situations team, providing distressed M&A advisory to private company business owners and offering creative solutions for clients. With more than 25 years of experience, Mann leads the team’s go-to-market strategy, lender and attorney interface, offer and purchase agreement negotiation, and everything in between for leaders in several industries including healthcare and manufacturing.

As a member of ABI’s Board of Directors, Mann will help promote the interests of the organization and its members and serve on one of the eight board committees.

"Ken is a respected, well-known presence in the M&A space and is someone who has demonstrated his leadership within the ABI community, especially his role reinvigorating a previously inactive membership committee,” said Robert Reynolds, Immediate Past President of ABI. “His election to the Board of Directors feels like a natural progression. We look forward to Ken’s strategic ideas and fresh perspectives to advance ABI’s mission and further engage our members.”

In May 2021, Mann was appointed co-chair of ABI's Financial Advisors and Investment Banking Committee where he has since focused on building a robust community and creating enhanced learning and networking opportunities for members around the globe. He will continue to serve in this role in 2022, along with co-chair, Dawn Cica.

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