Mark Berger

Mark Berger is a Managing Director at Portage Point. His primary areas of focus include finance, treasury, operations, supply chain and business plan development. He specializes in advising underperforming companies during various stages of operational turnaround and financial restructuring processes

Mr. Berger is currently the Chief Restructuring Officer for Energold Drilling Corp., a public international drilling company. In this role, Mark is responsible for all operational and financial decision making. Prior to joining Portage Point, Mr. Berger represented various stakeholders as a Senior Director at Ankura Consulting Group. Most recently at Ankura, Mark worked on the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) restructuring where he helped craft its fiscal plan and led operational improvement identification and implementation work streams. Prior to that, he led the contingency planning and business plan development for a large cap Skilled Nursing Facility operator during its restructuring

Prior to joining Ankura, Mark was a Director in Alvarez & Marsal’s Commercial Restructuring practice in Chicago where he represented clients in various industries, including pulp and paper, glassware, manufacturing, tire recycling, transportation, retail, aerospace and media. While at Alvarez & Marsal, Mark supported Chief Restructuring Officers on all financial and operational aspects of in-court and out-of-court turnarounds and restructurings. Mark also worked closely with management teams and private equity clients to perform financial due diligence of potential acquisitions

Prior to joining Alvarez & Marsal, Mark worked in Huron Consulting’s Turnaround and Restructuring practice in New York City and Chicago where he advised a combination of debtors, secured creditors and unsecured creditors. Mark began his career with the treasury organization for a global supplier of rotating equipment solutions to the oil, gas, petrochemical, power, and process industries after a highly successful carve-out leveraged buyout