Bradshaw, Pearson and Young announced today that Thomas R. Nehmann will serve as a Senior Advisor to the firm.
Online PR News – 12-September-2015 – Washington DC – Bradshaw, Pearson and Young announced today that Thomas R. Nehmann, former Vice President of McKlinsey Partners, will serve as a Senior Advisor to the firm, effective immediately. Mr. Nehmann, based in New York, will work in conjunction with Bradshaw, Pearson and Young as it advises infrastructure companies and governments in matters relating to financial transactions and public-private
partnerships in the U.S..
"Mr. Nehmann’s years as a 'corporate reformer', along with his budgeting experience and knowledge of infrastructure and company law, will bring a deep understanding of how public-private partnerships can help bridge local and state budget gaps, while benefiting all stakeholders, whether they be investors, governments, local communities or citizens,” said George Crozier, Global Head of Strategic Investing at Bradshaw, Pearson and Young. Mr. Crozier added “He provides a unique perspective regarding the challenges facing institutions that are seeking to invest in both public and private partnerships."
Mr. Nehmann, 57, is a practicing attorney and a certified public accountant. He received a Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law and a BS from the Boston School of Management.