10 Years Goes By Fast

On April 2nd, 2009 I sat down to write a post on distressed debt entitled "What is distressed debt investing?"

The blog celebrates its 10 year anniversary today. 

A lot has changed in ten years. My wife and I celebrated our own 10 year anniversary late last year, we have two wonderful kids (girl and a boy), my beard is more salt than pepper (let's be honest, almost all salt) and somehow, magically, and with the help of so so many people, I am blessed to have built Reorg into what it is today.

I cannot thank each of you individually. I wish I could. I am so lucky to have gotten to know and build relationships with many of you and its been amazing to see your careers develop in this industry in which we all love. Its also been great to see a new generation of investors rise up over the past ten years and take a few of the lessons from the blog and apply it to their investing or advising activities. I am grateful for all of your support over the years.

Finally, I am truly humbled to lead Reorg every day. Taking a phrase from Warren Buffett, I tap dancing to work everyday. I have never been more excited for the future of Reorg - its amazing what the team of nearly 200 people are accomplishing, building and striving for to inform and empower our customers each and every day. I am grateful that I get the opportunity to work with each of you as we push forward through 2019 and beyond.

Thank you. Truly, thank you so much for everything. Here's to another amazing ten years!



Anonymous,  4/03/2019  

Great work! I have enjoyed reading through this blog and using your service, it is a very valuable resource as a student who is fascinated by distressed debt investing. Please keep up the great work!

sue 4/03/2019  

Congratulations on this 10 year anniversary. Great work!

Anonymous,  4/03/2019  

Loved reading your blogs when I was young restructuring IBer back in those days. Congrats on Reorg, you truly carved out a niche product and hope to see its continued growth!!

Anonymous,  4/05/2019  

Wow. 10 years. I remember there was all this mystery of who this person was behind the DD blog. Kent Soyse it turned out


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About Me

I have spent the majority of my career as a value investor. For the past 8 years, I have worked on the buy side as a distressed debt and high yield investor.