John Hyltin currently serves as Managing Director of Client Resolutions for Covendium, a business and financial advisory services firm headquartered in Orlando, Florida. John Hyltin provides clients with strategic financial planning, debt restructuring, and obtaining debt securities assistance for high net worth individuals and private companies. Since he joined the firm in 2010, John Hyltin has negotiated more than $4 billion worth of commercial obligations. Previously, John Hyltin gained valuable experience in the financial world as Interim Chief Operating Officer at Planet Airways, Inc., a commercial airline. In that role, John Hyltin took responsibility for managing business operations globally and overseeing regulatory relations with the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Federal Aviation Administration. In addition, he cultivated and maintained professional relationships for the company and played a key role in restructuring operations. As Chief Financial Officer and co-owner of Tristar Gas Company in Dallas, from 1991 to 1995, John Hyltin served this natural gas marketing company by taking charge of the financials. He also worked to drive growth through various acquisitions and reported directly to joint venture partners and senior-level executives. John Hyltin also served as Portfolio Chief Financial Officer for Wesray Capital Corporation, a private equity firm specializing in the oil, gas, and plant food manufacturing sectors. He oversaw financial transactions and created strategies to turn around financially challenged companies owned by the New York-based investment firm. Wesray Capital’s portfolio included various holdings, such as JM Petroleum Corporation and Cepex USA, Inc. As Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of JM Petroleum Corporation from 1988 to 1991, John Hyltin contributed to the company by evaluating its market condition and advising the Board of Directors and lenders on strategic plans to boost revenue. In addition, he managed the firm’s financial matters, including its capital structure and relationships with banks and investors. From 1985 to 1988, John Hyltin served as CFO for Cepex USA, Inc., where he helped acquire and structure a new business platform and oversaw daily operations of the firm, which reported annual sales greater than $50 million. He previously served as a Certified Public Accountant at a Texas firm, Stewart, Ferguson, & Robinette, P.C., and he acted as President for Nunn Manufacturing Company, a Texas-based automotive parts remanufacturing business.