Alvarez & Marsal adds Vincent van Liere to Dutch restructuring team

07 March 2023 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read

Alvarez & Marsal has bolstered its team in the Netherlands with Vincent van Liere, who joins the firm’s Restructuring & Turnaround practice.

Appointed a Managing Director, Van Liere brings over 25 years of experience in consulting and industry to the global consulting firm.

He specialises in assisting companies facing stressed or distressed situations, and has extensive experience in delivering financial and credit restructuring services to both lenders and borrowers, including corporates, family businesses, financial institutions, and private equity firms.

Vincent van Liere, Managing Director, A&M

Van Liere most recently worked at Eight Advisory, where he served as head of the Dutch practice. Launched in 2021, Van Liere was tasked with establishing and building out the French-origin firm in the local market.

Before that, Van Liere spent over two decades at ING, where he held various management roles (both on the commercial and risk side) and led the firm’s Benelux restructuring teams for six years. He also served as a board-member at Postkantoren, a joint venture between PostNL and ING operating a (franchise) countrywide retail network of around 350 shops.

During his career, Van Liere supported clients across a range of industries, including shipping, offshore, construction, healthcare, retail and banking. He has also been involved in many steering committees for restructuring cases in the Benelux.

Commenting on his new challenge, Van Liere said: “I’m thrilled and excited to become part of the great entrepreneurial team at Alvarez & Marsal.”

According to the latest Top Consulting Firms benchmark of Consutlancy.nl, Alvarez & Marsal is one of the leading restructuring consulting firms in the Netherlands. The New York headquartered group gained global prominence in the domain for its role in helping administrate the Lehman Brothers downfall. More recently, the firm was appointed administrator of the now bankrupt crypto giant FTX.