John Makuch

John Makuch is a Partner in Moore Colson’s Consulting Practice. John has more than 30 years of experience assisting public and privately held companies across various industries to execute financial and operational improvement initiatives. He has performed these services as an advisor to his clients or by serving as an interim officer, including roles as CEO, COO, CFO and CRO (Chief Restructuring Officer).

John has assisted companies with business plan development, financial forecasting, liquidity management, recapitalizations, M&A transactions, completion of SEC filing requirements, negotiations with creditors and other constituencies, cost rationalization, non-core asset dispositions/carve-out transactions, driving working capital improvements, and developing board reporting packages and KPI dashboards. His experience includes management of diverse teams through significant periods of change, including recapitalizations and change of control transactions.

He has made presentations to and participated in hundreds of board meetings covering business performance, budgets/financial projections, strategic alternatives, corporate restructurings, M&A activity and various other matters. John has worked closely with investment bankers, attorneys and other advisors preparing for and supporting debt restructurings and M&A transactions, including preparation of financial forecasts and marketing materials, participation in management meetings with prospective buyers, supporting due diligence and negotiating purchase agreements.

Before joining Moore Colson, John was a Managing Director in Alvarez & Marsal, LLC’s North American Commercial Restructuring practice.



  • Villanova University — Bachelor of Accountancy


Professional Affiliations

  • Secured Finance Network
  • Turnaround Management Association
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