Schneider Downs Meridian was created to provide clients with award-winning consulting services in the areas of management consulting, corporate restructuring and debt financing. Additionally, our experience includes having acted in the capacity of Court-appointed Receiver, Examiner and Trustee.
Our clients range from closely-held businesses to large publicly-traded corporations across the country, but typically are middle-market businesses with sales between $10 million and $500 million. They encompass a wide range of industries including manufacturing, transportation, distribution, and service.
The foundation of Schneider Downs Meridian's success is a constant attention to detail, a focused approach to solving the problems of our clients, a commitment to results, and the ability to pull from our depth of knowledge. Over the years, our professionals have gained an enviable reputation for our thoroughness, financial expertise, negotiating skills, presentation expertise, and the ability to quickly assess and address the obstacles impeding our client's success.
Schneider Downs Meridian focuses on four key services to maximize value for its clients' stakeholders.
Schneider Downs Meridian professionals have a wealth of senior-level corporate experience in both large corporations and middle-market companies
Financial troubles are often invisible until the company has a serious cash-flow deficit and/or has violated loan covenants
Schneider Downs Meridian provides expert advice and guidance to our clients before, during and post-bankruptcy
Joel is responsible for providing specialized business advisory services.
Will joined Schneider Downs as an associate in 2017 and is responsible for supporting turnaround and restructuring activities for Schneider Downs Meridian Group.
Rich is a senior financial and operations executive with over 40 years of experience in solving complex problems for distribution, manufacturing and non-profit organizations.
Schneider Downs Meridian services clients throughout the United States with a primary focus on the mid-Atlantic region, including (but not limited to) Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and Massachusetts.
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