Executive Leadership

Bruce Passen

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Bruce Passen directs all account receivables (A/R) purchase activities at Tiger, including the sourcing of A/R purchase opportunities, as well as reviewing pricing and collection strategies for all A/R portfolios that are either purchased by Tiger or managed on a fee basis for our clients.

Passen brings 40 years of experience in the debt purchasing field […]

Chad Farrell

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Chad Farrell is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of Tiger’s Commercial & Industrial division, as well as guiding its strategic direction and growth, developing new market initiatives, and securing complex engagements.

Farrell brings to Tiger deep experience in the disposition, valuation and auction of machinery, equipment, inventory, and real property. He has executed thousands of […]

David Tepper

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A 25-year veteran of the valuation, banking and financial management industries, David Tepper represents Tiger’s appraisal practice in the Western United States. He works closely with lenders and private equity firms on identifying and understanding the risks of lending to and investing in companies across more than 100 industries.

Before joining Tiger, Tepper served as Business […]

Mark P. Naughton

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Mark Naughton serves as Senior General Counsel and is responsible for structuring transactions, negotiating and drafting agreements, counseling the Tiger team on strategic and legal questions and transactions, and supervising outside counsel. He is based in Tiger’s Chicago office.

Prior to joining Tiger, Naughton served as Executive Vice President/General Counsel of Yellen Partners, as well as […]

Kevin Boland

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A well-known expert in the field of commercial, institutional and industrial fixed asset valuations, Kevin Boland has supervised major appraisal projects throughout North America, Europe, Australia, Mexico and South America.

Boland’s career began in 1975 as an Appraiser at the Ford Bacon Davis Engineers. He then took on the role of Appraisal Manager at Marsh & McClennan, Inc., and Equipment Project […]

Daniel Kane

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Daniel Kane serves as Co-Founder and Managing Member at Tiger Capital Group LLC, where he is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company.

He has over 27 years experience in the disposition and appraisal of both consumer goods and commercial/industrial assets, as well as real estate, and intellectual property.

Additionally, Mr. Kane oversees Tiger’s financial services practice, including the provision of […]

Albert T. Nassi

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Albert Nassi is a Co-Founder, Member and Counsel of Tiger Capital Group and it’s subsidiary companies.

A respected authority on the monetization and appraisal of consumer and commercial assets, Mr. Nassi has been a leader in the asset disposition industry since it’s inception in 1976, when he was a Partner in the Sam Nassi Company, the […]

Michael McGrail

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Michael McGrail oversees the appraisal and disposition practices of Tiger’s retail, wholesale, and commercial/industrial divisions. Additionally, he facilitates the company’s growth strategies, market positioning and complex transactions.

Over the course of his 23 year career, he has directly managed the analysis, bidding process and operations of many of America’s largest asset disposition projects while, in the process, enhancing returns for trustees, […]

Jack Rapp

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Based in our New York headquarters, Jack Rapp drives many of Tiger’s largest, most-complex appraisal and disposition projects.

A well-known professional within the turnaround and workout communities, Rapp leverages over 32 years in reorganizations and asset monetization to facilitate mergers, acquisitions, downsizings and corporate divestitures on behalf of Tiger’s retail, wholesale and industrial partners.

His activities include financial modeling, operations management, production […]

Christopher Huber

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Christopher Huber started his career in 1986 as a CPA at the public accounting firm of Peat, Marwick and Mitchell, now known as KPMG.

He subsequently joined The Nassi Group in 1989 as Controller. In addition to his financial reporting responsibilities at Nassi, Huber worked on numerous liquidation projects, as the retail industry experienced unprecedented store closures due to standardization and […]