Brad Geer serves as a Managing Director at Houlihan Lokey, working in its financial restructuring group. Throughout his 14-year tenure with the firm, Brad Geer has advised creditor committees for several of the largest bankruptcy restructurings in recent history, including Lehman Brothers, Refco, and Conseco. After his involvement with the restructurings of Capmark and NRG Energy, he offered post-reorganization advice and direction. When Brad Geer joined the Houlihan Lokey team, he functioned first as a Vice President of a joint venture located in South Korea. In this position, he primarily advised KAMCO, a government agency. He aided in the resolution of nonperforming loans and issues caused by the Korean currency crisis that lasted from 1998 to 2000. After the end of the currency crisis, Brad Geer returned to the United States to take part in domestic restructurings and accepted his Managing Director position in 2006. Devoted to giving back to the community, Brad Geer donates to a number of charitable organizations, such as the Cancurables Foundation, which his wife founded in 2005 to fuel the search for a cure for cancer. He also offers support to the Parent Advocacy Coalition for Education Rights (PACER) Center, which works to enhance the quality of life for young individuals struggling with a range of disabilities, and the Angel Foundation. For recreation, Brad Geer enjoys playing golf, following ice hockey, and has a keen interest in various forms of modern architecture. Brad Geer holds a Bachelor and Master of Arts in Economics with a focus on Quantitative Economics.