Reece Fulgham has over 30 years of accounting, financial management and restructuring experience. Reece’s experience as an auditor, board member, interim operating manager and advisor to both debtors and creditors encompasses more than 35 engagements across a broad range of industries.
Reece spent seven years in public accounting in the audit and business advisory groups with Kenneth Leventhal & Company in Los Angeles, California. He joined Davis Wire in 1989 as the Vice President of finance, subsequent to the company’s Chapter 11 filing, to develop and implement a plan of reorganization. The company successfully emerged from bankruptcy protection in 1991.
Since then, Reece has provided interim management, financial and strategic advisory services to both companies in distressed financial situations and their creditors independently as well as with FTI Consulting and Nightingale & Associates.
Reece received his bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Texas State University. Currently, he serves as a board member of Trussway Holdings, Inc., Cornerstone Healthcare Group Holdings, Inc. Former board positions include LMG2 LLC, 3P Processing, Marcal Paper Mills Holding Company, Nex-Tech Aerospace, Nexpak Holdings, Moll Industries, American Home Patient and National Dollar Stores.
- Acted as CRO and maximized stakeholder returns for a multi-system cable provider which had filed for Chapter 11 protection by successfully selling the assets to multiple buyers as part of the plan of reorganization.
- Acted in debtor and interim management assignment roles for: Whittaker Corp, Condor Systems, West Coast Foods, National Dollar Stores, Pronghorn Resort, Kinetic Systems, Broadstripe, a privately-held specialty alloy foundry, multiple real estate developers, Phil & Jim Appliances, several nationally recognized demolition contractors, and a large international mechanical contractor servicing Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
- Served as a creditor advisor for: Hollywood Video, Nexpak Corp, Epic Resorts, Affinity Marketing Co., American Golf, Telecom Colocation Facility Co. and Imperial Sugar