Angela C. Phillips, CTP

Managing Director

Angela Phillips is a Director of The Brownstein Corporation, and has been a turnaround professional for over ten years. She previously spent fifteen years in the banking industry in loan administration and as a loan officer, including restructuring and workout, and as an asset based lender with First Union Capital Mar-kets (now Wells Fargo). She has broad experience in many industries, and has focused much of her prac-tice in advising clients on financial restructuring, and in obtaining debt and equity capital.

Ms. Phillips also has strong experience in providing forensic investigation services, and has been instru-mental in uncovering and evaluating fraudulent business practices by employees of former clients, partic-ularly those that affect the value of collateral held by the lending institution. She has managed transaction reviews and risk assessments of the products and services of major financial institutions, and has facili-tated training on the USA Patriot Act, Bank Secrecy Act, and other ant-money laundering topics. Ms. Phillips also specializes in providing business risk assessments, and works with clients to create versatile and financial models and budgets. She has maximized creditor and shareholder value by actively manag-ing the orderly wind-downs and liquidations, including creating liquidation plans and budgets.

Angela Philips was previously a Managing Director with NachmanHays Brownstein, Inc. (now NHB Ad-visors), and a Manager in the forensic and dispute practice of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, LLP. Previously, she was Vice President of Phoenix Management Services, Inc., also a national turnaround management advisory firm, where she also held the positions of Director, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer for PM Securities, LLC, its NASD broker/dealer subsidiary, and was responsi-ble for the creation of the firm’s internal control procedures, including guidance for compliance with the USA Patriot Act and anti-money laundering guidelines established by the SEC and NASD.

Ms. Phillips is a Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Special-ist (CAMS). She is an active member and former board member of both the Philadelphia chapter of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructur-ing Confederation of Delaware (IWIRC-DE), and is also a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). She received M.B.A. and B.S. degrees in Finance from the University of Delaware and previously held the Series 7, 24, 27 & 63 Certifications (now Inactive).