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Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC Welcomes Wayne P. Weitz as New Managing Director in New York
posted on November 28, 2017

NEW YORK — NEW YORK — November 28, 2017 — Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC (“H2C”), a healthcare focused strategic advisory and investment banking firm, is pleased to announce that Wayne P. Weitz has joined the firm as a Managing Director leading the growth and expansion of its Restructuring and Bankruptcy practice.

Wayne has nearly 30 years of experience in turnaround management, financial and operational restructuring,

bankruptcy, mergers and acquisitions and complex bondholder litigation.  His practice includes debtor and borrower advisory services, secured and unsecured creditor advisory services, offshore and cross-border insolvency and statutory and ad hoc committees.  In the healthcare sector, Wayne has advised physician practices, specialty service providers and medical device manufacturers and has been responsible for executing growth strategies for private equity portfolio companies.

"We are pleased to add Wayne Weitz to our strong team of restructuring professionals. His leadership skills on client engagements, in professional trade groups and while working at other firms make him a great addition to the restructuring practice at H2C,” added Tom Barry, Principal in New York. “In the recent past, our healthcare system has undergone fundamental transformation because of technological advances, price competition and the need for expensive cutting-edge information systems.  We believe the evolution of the healthcare delivery system will only accelerate.  The future winners, regardless of size, will be the organizations that react most quickly to the evolving demands for transformation. Wayne has the right education, experience and instincts to provide the highest level of service to our clients." Email Tom

Wayne joins H2C having held senior positions with leading turnaround advisory firms, where he has focused on advising troubled companies and stakeholders in and out of bankruptcy in domestic and cross-border situations. Prior to becoming a restructuring professional, Wayne held positions in the corporate sector, where his responsibilities encompassed a range of activities including capital allocation, strategic planning, international acquisitions, valuation of potential acquisitions and investments and deal execution.  He began his career as an investment banker and has completed nearly 100 acquisitions, dispositions and capital formation transactions.

A recognized industry leader, Wayne is co-chair of the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Financial Advisors and Investment Banking Committee and co-chair of the ABI’s Complex Financial Restructuring Program.  He is also a member of the Turnaround Management Association.

Wayne earned a B.A. degree in Economics and Politics from Brandeis University and an M.B.A. in Finance and Accounting from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.  In addition, Wayne has earned his Intermediate Sommelier Certification from the National Wine School.


Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC (“H2C”) is an independent strategic advisory and investment banking firm committed to providing superior advice as a trusted advisor to healthcare organizations and related companies throughout the United States.  H2C’s professionals have a long track record of success in healthcare mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, real estate and restructuring transactions, acting as lead advisors on hundreds of transactions representing billions of dollars in value.  Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC offers securities through its wholly-owned subsidiary H2C Securities Inc., member FINRA/SIPC. For more information, go to



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"Wayne's leadership skills on client engagements, in professional trade groups and while working at other firms make him a great addition to the restructuring practice at H2C."

                     - Tom Barry

                       Principal, H2C

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