Edwin  Clark

Edwin Clark has extensive experience in private equity and investment banking, with knowledge of principal investing and debt capital markets.

Prior to joining CR3 Partners, Edwin was a Senior Associate at Catalyst Holdings and Actium Group, both Dallas based private equity firms. While at Catalyst and Actium he focused on evaluating new investments, deal due diligence, financial analysis, legal document review, and operational improvements of portfolio companies. Edwin started his career as an investment banking Analyst with Citigroup Global Markets, where he worked with deal teams and the debt underwriting syndicate to issue bonds on behalf of municipal clients.

Edwin is a member of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and Board Member and Treasurer of the DFW Association of Young Bankruptcy Lawyers (DAYBL).

Representative Experience
  • Member of CRO team for a $250MM full service dine-in movie theater chain

  • Member of CRO team for a $250MM distributor of pipes, valves, and fittings for midstream and downstream energy customers.

  • Member of CRO team to the franchisor of multiple restaurant and bakery locations

  • Financial advisor to senior secured lender for the bankruptcy of a $290MM steel mini mill that produced billets and long carbon steel products

  • Financial advisor to senior secured lender for the bankruptcy of a $600MM fully integrated provider of proppant and logistics services for hydraulic fracturing

Edwin Clark's Insights & Articles

View All
The Effect of Mechanic's Liens in the Oil and Gas Industry
Article

The Effect of Mechanic's Liens in the Oil and Gas Industry

Recent trends in the Oil and Gas industry, particularly the decrease in prices for crude and natural gas, suggest that mechanic's liens are quickly becoming a problem for exploration and production companies.

Read More

Project Work

View All
Swimwear Product Distributor

Swimwear Product Distributor

The company was a family-owned $200MM distributor of swimwear products that had fully drawn on their ABL facility and left with few options, including a potential bankruptcy.
View Case Study

Contact Edwin