Albert Conly specializes in restructuring, corporate finance, interim management and asset management. Mr. Conly has more than 40 years of experience, including industry expertise in energy, food service, financial services, telecommunications, retail, real estate, manufacturing, distribution and broadcast, among other areas.
Mr. Conly has a proven track record solving complex business problems for clients related to restructurings; mergers, acquisitions and dispositions; business integration; capital raising and capital structure; operational improvements; and investment decisions. He has represented a wide variety of clientele with corporate finance, business recovery, lender services, investigative and litigation consulting needs. His assignments include large and complex transactions with several constituencies and competing agendas.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Conly was a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and a Managing Director in the Corporate and Investment Bank at Bank of America.
Mr. Conly’s experience includes seven years of energy industry experience and five years of regulatory and compliance experience with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”). While with Bank of America, Mr. Conly was responsible for the management and disposition of approximately $1.2 billion of owned oil and gas properties obtained through foreclosure or settlement with borrowers. Additionally, he served in various capacities, including Joint Venture and Revenue Accountant (Texas Eastern Corporation and National Exploration Company), Director of Finance (Traco Petroleum Corporation) and Controller (Petroleum Acquisitions Corporation).
Mr. Conly has served on numerous panels, speaking on a variety of corporate finance and restructuring topics, including presentations to the JP Morgan High Yield Conference, Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference, State Bar of Texas Bankruptcy Section, Rocky Mountain Minerals Conference, Turnaround Managers Association, FTI Consulting Economic Forum, Valcom Conference, Fifth Circuit Bench Bar Conference, various client conferences and the Comptroller of the Currency - Large Bank Examination Group.