Mary Bucci, the Practice Group Leader of Brown Rudnick’s Finance Practice Group, was profiled in the June 2021 issue of the Journal of Corporate Renewal, published by the Turnaround Management Association (TMA).

Among many topics, Mary was interviewed about her market-leading work in the restructuring space. Mary commented, “The bright note for me is that at Brown Rudnick, we have the platform to be able to do both front-end deals and restructuring deals, so I’ve represented borrowers and lenders on both sides of the aisle and through the entire credit cycle throughout my whole career, from deal closing to workout to restructuring. I feel that the two-sides-of-the-street approach really helps me add value for clients, and I keep busy, no matter what’s happening in the economy.” In discussing her career, Mary mentions also Brown Rudnick Partners Jeffrey Jonas and Steven Levine.

Mary represents financial institutions, hedge funds, and borrowers in complex corporate finance and restructuring transactions. Her practice concentrates on multilender cash flow and asset-based loans, acquisition financing, junior and senior loans, and high yield debt offerings. In recent years, a significant portion of Mary’s practice has involved debtor-in-possession financing and the workout and recovery of troubled loans.

The Journal of Corporate Renewal is a publication devoted exclusively to professionals in the corporate renewal industry. Established in 1988, TMA is an international nonprofit association dedicated to corporate renewal and turnaround management.

Read the complete article in the print edition here or online here.