I'm five years into my career and I've found myself in a weird spot that I'm not quite sure how to define. The first three and a half years I spent my time at a direct lender doing mainly subprime business loans. Recently though, I spun out of the company as an independent contractor managing their distressed portfolio, but specifically the tangible business assets.
I've been handling the legal, logistics and sales of anything from a high-end diamond shop to a seafood restaurant to a plastics manufacturer. Strictly tangibles; across the U.S.
What I need help with is finding a synonymous role out in the finance world, so that I can hone my skills in this role. Physical Asset Management is the most adjacent topic I could think, which is why I'm here in the AM forums looking for help; even though this isn't a perfect spot for the question.
Suggestions on any literature that could lead me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
P.S. I have a hard time pinning myself as a liquidator, because the role takes a healthy dose of niche financial knowledge to conduct each of the steps in the process, besides the logistics side of the business.
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