G2 Capital Advisors announced today that Konstantin Danilov has joined the Boston office as Senior Associate. Konstantin will focus his time assisting G2’s special situation and restructuring clients overcome liquidity, financial, operational, or market challenges.
Prior to joining G2, Konstantin was a Manager at Analysis Group, one of the largest private economics consulting firms globally, where he specialized in financial analysis related to bankruptcy, reorganization, and related matters. He has experience with matters involving multiple approaches to valuation, complicated corporate structures and accounting issues in some of the largest, most complex bankruptcies in history, including Lehman Brothers, ResCap, General Motors, Polaroid, Paragon Offshore and others. Prior to joining Analysis Group, he was a senior investment analyst at Manulife Financial, where he helped oversee the implementation of liability-driven investment strategies and pension plan restructuring initiatives.
Konstantin is currently a member of the editorial board at the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors Journal and is a member of the investment advisory board at Independence Financial Partners. Konstantin holds a Master of Science in Management/Master of Business Administration double-degree from the MIT Sloan School of Management and HEC Paris. Mr. Danilov received the MIT Sloan Outstanding Thesis Award for his thesis titled “Corporate Bankruptcy: Assessment, Analysis, and Prediction” and was also the recipient of the HEC Paris Academic Award. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a member of the CFA Institute. He has published articles in various outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors (AIRA) Journal, the Journal of Corporate Renewal, the Journal of Investment Management, Law360, and others.