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Steve Curnutte (Kur-NOOT) is a principal and founder of Tortola Turnaround a Tennessee based restructuring advisory firm focused on the insolvency arena. He is also founder and fund manager of Capstan Fund, a Distressed Opportunities Fund. Prior to Tortola and Capstan, Steve spent 20 years as an entrepreneur in industries ranging from music publishing to financial services. In 2008, he sold Finworth Mortgage, a firm he founded 5 years earlier specializing in sophisticated residential and commercial lending for high net worth individuals and small business owners. His commentary on credit markets and the economy has appeared in publications including The Wall Street Journal, FORBES, USA Today, Business Week, Chicago Tribune, Market Watch, Money Magazine, and FastCompany.com. He has appeared on national news media broadcasts and been featured on radio programs including The Final Word on Bloomberg. He graduated from Wake Forest University in North Carolina 1991.