Peter  Feigenbaum

Peter Feigenbaum has more than 30 years of experience in retail performance improvement, turnaround, and restructuring services across a wide variety of companies and industries.

Peter has held C-level and Senior Vice President positions, leading and guiding teams through business paradigm repositioning, merchandising, marketing, seasonal planning, customer service, inventory productivity, allocation and replenishment initiatives resulting in improved cash management, revenue growth and increased EBITDA.

Representative Experience
  • Assessed business models, location analyses, cash flow and inventory productivity for a $100 MM vitamin supplement manufacturer/distributor; a $400MM traditional brick and mortar retailer; a $50MM garden supply manufacturer/distributor; a $40MM fitness equipment retailer and a $30MM brick and mortar bakery.
  • Managed lender side assessment engagement of $200MM regional discount furniture store. Analyzed the efficacy of the three statement models, cash flow projections, and business models.
  • Managed the disposition of FF&E, capital credits, unrecovered assets, and POC’s of a $300MM oil and gas company bankruptcy.
  • Company side executive committee member charged with maximizing inventory recovery rates and managing DIP covenants in a total liquidation environment.
  • Senior Vice President and General Merchandise Manager for $3.2B, 100+ location department store. Led company to revenue increases, through inventory turnover and gross margin improvements.

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Lenders as Accidental Restaurant Owners: Four Success Factors of Temporary Restaurant Ownership
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Lenders as Accidental Restaurant Owners: Four Success Factors of Temporary Restaurant Ownership

During COVID-19, a significant amount of restaurant bankruptcies saw the lenders taking over the assets when no qualified buyers came to the table. Now that these lenders have become temporary restaurateurs.

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Project Work

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JCPenney

JCPenney

JCPenney is a publicly traded company with 846 corporate locations and 12B in annual revenue that elected to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to COVID-19 shutdowns, C-suite turnover, and changes to the business and merchandising plans.
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Oil & Gas

Oil & Gas

The company had 80 operating wells in the Permian Basin with over $280MM of mechanic's liens filed against it. The company was in bankruptcy and out of compliance with certain bankruptcy filing requirements and faced a trustee motion and other adversarial litigation.
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Mall Retailer

Mall Retailer

The client is an omnichannel mall retailer with several hundred stores across North America. Several years of declining sales led to 300+ stores closings while the online business grew to approximately 1/3 of the sales. The CR3 team took four weeks to complete an assessment and issue a report to management.
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