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Morgan Joins Hilco Corporate Finance as Director of Capital Solutions

May 25, 2022, 07:59 AM

Hilco Corporate Finance (HCF) announced that Heather Morgan has joined as Director of Capital Solutions. In this new role, Ms. Morgan will be responsible for originating corporate finance and capital markets transactions for Hilco Global, with a focus on the commercial and industrial sector.

Ms. Morgan brings almost 20 years business development experience in her tenure of her professional career. She has been responsible for managing client portfolios, developing strategic relationships, negotiating contract terms and conditions, loan originations, and underwriting and financial analysis for all types of commercial credit needs.

Prior to joining Hilco Global, Ms. Morgan most recently worked as National Director in Restructuring, Bankruptcy, and Insolvency for Ritchie Bros. and prior to that, she worked at Wells Fargo Bank, as Vice President holding various roles throughout her tenure.  She brings 13 years of banking and finance experience followed by six years in the valuation and monetization of assets including acquisition, private treaty transactions, and straight liquidation negotiations.  Ms. Morgan has extensive experience and proven success in business development.  

“We are so thrilled to have Heather join the Hilco Global family. With her two decades of experience and relationship building in the financial services industry, she will be a tremendous asset to our team,” said Thomas Greco, CEO of Hilco Commercial Industrial.

Ms. Morgan is a founding member of Women’s L.I.N.K. and a proud volunteer for both the IRESQ and Casa de Amparo community groups. She is also a member of and has previously held leadership positions with the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and is a continued member of the Secured Finance Network, the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), and the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC).

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