Much like the Maestro of a musical ensemble, the oversight and guidance of our senior leadership is at the forefront of our expertise in taking often complex client situations, developing creative, sound solutions, then orchestrating execution.
Senior Leadership Profiles
Donovan L. Reid
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Reid is an industry veteran with over 25 years of Wall Street experience gained at top firms in the financial services industry including Bank of America, Lehman Brothers and Arthur Andersen. Prior to TRG, he was Vice President and a functional global head of Corporate & Investment Banking Risk Evaluation at Bank of America. He was also a member of Lehman Brothers, where he spearheaded capital markets and investment banking origination activities in the Caribbean Basin. He holds an MBA from The Harvard Business School, where he was a General Motors Fellow, and a Bachelor of Business Administration, magna cum laude, from Pace University in New York, where he completed his undergraduate studies in two and a half years and graduated in the top 5% of his class. Mr. Reid was also the Executive Chairman of The D. Livingston Reid Foundation, a public charity he formed in 1998 to promote learning among less privileged children.
Henry A. Krassner
Senior Managing Director
Mr. Krassner has over 30 years of experience gained from industry-leading U.S. financial services firms including Kroll Zolfo Cooper, as a specialist in turnarounds and restructurings of troubled companies, KPMG Consulting, as a Senior Manager in the Valuation Services Group, Marakon Associates, where he served on long-term engagements for Fortune 100 corporate clients, LEK, and Arthur Andersen, as a Manager in the Corporate Recovery Group. Mr. Krassner began his career as a corporate attorney with Rubin, Baum, Levin, Constant & Friedman. He holds an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, a JD from Boston University School of Law, where he was an editor of the Law Review, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Benjamin Franklin Scholar.