David Slayton is a director in BRG Corporate Finance specializing in performance improvement and restructuring.
He has over twenty-five years of experience spanning executive leadership within high-tech-growth companies, along with several years of consulting services experience focused on performance improvement, liquidity and capital structure assessment, working capital management, and debt and equity restructurings.
Mr. Slayton has expertise in providing restructuring and advisory services to both public and private companies. His services have included identifying and evaluating strategic alternatives, developing and implementing profit improvement plans, leading processes to sell businesses or underperforming assets, and securing financing.
Mr. Slayton has served as senior management for organizations ranging from high-growth companies to companies that were underperforming and reorganizing. He also has served as a member of several public and private boards of directors and board committees. He has a balanced, independent, and creative approach to difficult and complex situations and has extensive experience with recruiting and leading executive management teams through difficult and challenging situations, including financial distress.
Before joining BRG, Mr. Slayton was part of the Business Recovery Services practice of a Big Four firm and the chief financial officer and chief operating officer of several successful startup and growth technology and business services companies. He also has traded distressed and special situation investments for a private hedge fund.
Ovative Group, LLC
Chief financial officer
Co-Founder / EVP and CFO/COO
Shavlik Technologies, LLC
EVP and chief financial officer
Haviland Partners, Inc.
Co-Founder / managing director
Co-Founder, EVP and chief financial officer
Sonic Foundry, Inc.
Public board, Audit Committee, Special Committee
Business Filings, Inc.
Areas of Expertise
Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
BS, Management / Finance, 1991