7/21/22 - Adina Holzman Joins Quinlan Partners as Associate Managing Director
NEW YORK — July 21, 2022 — Quinlan Partners is pleased to welcome Adina Holzman as Associate Managing Director in the firm’s New York office.
With nearly a dozen years of experience in investigations and intelligence, Holzman specializes in complex and high-stakes investigations in the context of due diligence and shareholder activism, including proxy contests and takeover bids, and brings strong experience in internal and external investigations, FCPA, asset searches, and market intelligence.
Prior to joining Quinlan Partners, Holzman spent five years at a New York-based corporate intelligence and investigations firm. She has conducted numerous engagements involving shareholder activism and her research findings have driven successful outcomes for clients by uncovering insider trading, misstatements of professional achievements, poor stewardship, and fraud.
Holzman has led investigations throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Canada, and the Middle East, and across industries, including financial services, entertainment, media and technology, retail, food and beverage, energy and mining, and for trade associations.
"Adina's exceptional investigative talents and track record made her a natural fit for our group," said Paul Quinlan, CEO of Quinlan Partners. "Our clients will benefit from her experience and expertise in mitigating risks and creating winning outcomes in high-stakes decisions and disputes."
"I am thrilled to join the stellar team of investigators at Quinlan Partners," said Holzman. "I look forward to providing creative investigative solutions and outstanding value to Quinlan's clients."
Holzman began her career at the Anti-Defamation League, a New York-based civil rights organization, where she researched and analyzed domestic extremist movements. She received her undergraduate degree in philosophy, magna cum laude, from Barnard College in New York and her Master of International Affairs degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. She is fluent in Hebrew.