GenXYZ 2023 — Avi Loewenstein
As a shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, Loewenstein provides practical, business-minded advice to his clients and is recognized for his leadership in the mergers and acquisitions space.
They’re uncommon achievers, whether as entrepreneurs, CEOs, nonprofit leaders, visionaries critical to their companies’ success or, in some cases, all of those roles. This year’s Top 25 Young Professionals figure to continue making a difference professionally and in their communities for years to come.
Read on to learn about the 2023 Top 25 Young Professionals and to see the list of this year’s top 50 finalists.
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Avi Loewenstein, 39
Shareholder, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck | Denver
Sought-after corporate attorney Avi Loewenstein has extensive experience with a variety of complex, high-profile transactions. As a shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, he provides practical, business-minded advice to his clients and is recognized for his leadership in the mergers and acquisitions space.
Loewenstein represents private equity funds, entrepreneurs, family offices and private companies in a variety of complex transactions including mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, growth equity and minority investments, corporate reorganizations and general corporate matters. He has crafted complex joint ventures and helped to form, finance and advise emerging businesses in a variety of industries.
His notable clients and transactions included a consortium of developers in connection with the redevelopment of Denver’s Union Station. He represented the financial, economic and management consulting firm The Claro Group in its sale to Stout, an Audax Private Equity portfolio company, and represented luxury optical retailer Luxury Optical Holdings in its sale to New Look Vision Group.
Loewenstein is an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado Law School, where he teaches courses on mergers and acquisitions and advises the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic. He is one of the youngest shareholders in Brownstein’s history, and is a board member with Young Americans Center for Financial Education. He has also served on the boards of Lucky to Ride, which serves underserved and at-risk youth through experiential cycling programs; Water for Waslala, which builds water projects in remote Nicaragua; and Roots & Branches Foundation, Rose Community Foundation, which uses strategic philanthropy to award grants.