Steeplechase Advisors LLC provides business and transaction advisory services to companies and their stakeholders undergoing transitions, reorganizations and transactions including lenders, financial sponsors, equity holders, investors and creditors.

Steeplechase brings deep experience to each of its client engagements to identify key issues and develop rapid plans of response. We help company stakeholders stabilize their business through improved liquidity forecasting, cash management, refinancing and/or debt restructuring.


A Steeplechase is a distance horse race in which competitors are required to jump diverse fence and ditch obstacles. Steeplechasing is primarily conducted in Ireland (where it originated), the United Kingdom, Canada, United States, Australia and France. The name is derived from early races in which orientation of the course was by reference to a church steeple, jumping fences and ditches and generally traversing the many intervening obstacles in the countryside.

The steeplechase originated in Ireland in the 18th century as an analogue to cross-country thoroughbred horse races which went from church steeple to church steeple, hence "steeplechase". The first steeplechase is said to have been the result of a wager in 1752 between Cornelius O'Callaghan and Edmund Blake, racing four miles (6.4 km) cross-country from Buttevant Church to St. Leger Church in Doneraile, in Cork, Ireland. An account of the race was believed to have been in the library of the O'Briens of Dromoland Castle, Ireland.


A business in crisis most often requires support from an independent and experienced team who can quickly help stakeholders gain control of their business and effect a plan for moving forward. Steeplechase Advisors offers a unique mix of skills and capabilities among its senior team. We have depth of experience across the restructuring spectrum including business assessments and business plans and transaction advisory services crafted to maximize value for all stakeholders.


The variety of obstacles and the length of the course in a Steeplechase is used to make the horse demonstrate agility, power, stamina, intelligence, and bravery. Communication between horse and jockey is paramount.

Every business that faces challenges and transitions requires the team to demonstrate the same degree of agility, power, intelligence and bravery to navigate the obstacles it will encounter.