Cheryl Boyd, Partner
Ms. Boyd has over 30 years of lending experience, including loan structuring, underwriting, portfolio management, syndications and debt restructuring. Ms. Boyd specializes in leveraged lending, mergers and acquisitions and recapitalizations utilizing both cash flow and asset-based structures. Her experience also includes dealing with troubled loans and debt restructuring. Ms. Boyd worked at Chatham Capital from 2004 to 2011, and prior to rejoining Chatham Capital in 2016, she was a Senior Vice President at Regions Bank and acted as lead on several significant Agented transactions. Prior to 2004, she was a Director at Wachovia Securities in the Capital Finance Unit, where she was instrumental in several lead-bank relationships across a broad array of industries. Ms. Boyd also held a variety of positions with GE Capital over 10 years, including Vice President for the National Healthcare Group where she supervised all portfolio and underwriting activities for healthcare transactions led by GE Capital Commercial Finance. During her tenure at Regions, GE Capital and Wachovia, no principal loss was ever incurred on any loans underwritten by her, and she had one of the highest conversion rates of deals underwritten to deals approved within GE Capital Commercial Finance. Prior to GE Capital, Ms. Boyd worked at Heller Financial underwriting senior and junior debt and as an auditor performing due diligence activities. Ms. Boyd also worked for Maryland National, specializing in asset-based lending to smaller companies. Ms. Boyd holds a B.A. in Economics with honors from Georgia Southern University. She also completed the accounting curriculum at Georgia State University and passed the CPA exam on her first sitting.
Atlantic Street Capital seeks opportunities with established and fundamentally sound companies that will benefit from capital investment and value-adding strategic and operational initiatives. We take companies to the next level whether they are smaller enterprises looking to develop into market leading businesses, or companies facing operational or financial difficulties.
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