Patrick O’Keefe Named CEO of Grow Michigan


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Bloomfield Hills-based Grow Michigan, a company that provides growth capital structure to the Michigan small business community, today announced Patrick O’Keefe as CEO. O’Keefe will be responsible for administrative and loan management functions in his new role.

 

"On behalf of Grow Michigan, we are excited to have Pat on board,” says David Treadwell, chair of Grow Michigan board of managers. “His 30 plus years of experience in financial advisory work, his stellar reputation and high integrity make the relationship a perfect fit for our mission."

 

O’Keefe, a financial and strategic advisor, will provide Grow Michigan with enterprise consulting, litigation support, turnaround, and restructuring to deliver comprehensive solutions to financial challenges.

 

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