Bill Kloewer

Bill J. Kloewer

Bill joined Financial Advisory Partners as a partner in 2010. During his nearly thirty year career, Bill has had a variety of finance and accounting responsibilities, including serving as controller for a publicly traded company. He led the financial analysis, due diligence, and financial integration efforts in numerous transactions.
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Craig Knock

Craig A. Knock

Craig joined Financial Advisory Partners as a partner in 2010. His career spans over twenty-five years, most of which he served as a chief financial officer, including for two publicly traded companies. During his career, Craig has been instrumental in closing several acquisitions and divestitures of approximately three billion dollars in total value. He has raised more than two billion of capital through private and public debt and equity issuances.
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Ken Packer

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Ken is a Partner with Financial Advisory Partners, which he founded in 1997. He has spent a nearly thirty year career in the investment banking industry and has held various positions with major national and regional investment banking firms covering a broad range of industries and transactional experience.
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Alan Wells

Alan L. Wells

Alan joined Financial Advisory Partners as a partner in 2010. He has over thirty years experience in financial, operational, and strategic matters, with a focus on creating shareholder value. He has served as the CEO of a publicly traded company, and as CFO of another. In addition, while serving with one of the nation’s largest consulting firms, he consulted with clients in a variety of industries on strategic matters. He has led turn-around operations and start-ups, and has been responsible for the completion of numerous transactions with a cumulative value of over $4 billion.
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"Financial Advisory Partners has been a critical part of our strategic planning and capital financing plans for a number of years. In 2001, FAP assisted us in approaching the market to establish a new state of the art and transforming medical campus in West Des Moines, Iowa. We later refinanced this project and established a long term strategic alliance with a nationally recognized financial institution. This financial institution would later stand beside us while the financial markets were dramatically changing in 2008. While everyone remained committed to a second phase of the Medical Campus, FAP helped all of us through that uncertain time with the steadiness and business acumen needed for those complex moments."

C. Edward Brown, FACHE