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Corporate Restructuring

Our team works with distressed businesses to determine the issues affecting their performance and then to work through these issues.

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Restructuring Services.

We can act for solvent enterprises, large and small, to reorganise their corporate structures. This commonly becomes necessary in larger corporate structures where a subsidiary within a corporate group is excess to the requirements of that group.

This is usually because the subsidiary was incorporated for a specific purpose which has subsequently been fulfilled, or because the group structure has become unwieldy and burdened with unnecessary compliance requirements.

At the other end of the scale, the owners of a successful business may require us to undertake the orderly winding-up of the affairs of the business, including the equitable distribution of assets among shareholders.

Our goal is to provide the best outcome for the business, its shareholders, lenders and creditors.

We provide advice when a business needs it (not just when advice is asked for) in a clear, understandable and efficient form.

We establish frank, sincere, one-on-one relationships with our clients, so you can be entirely confident that advice offered to you will always be tailored for your business, and with your business’s best interests at heart.

Our experienced, adaptable team provides SMEs with expert direction and advice in the following areas:
  • Prelending Reviews
  • Annual Independent Business Review (IBR)
  • Due Diligence and Business Valuation
  • Business Plan and Strategic Planning
  • Cash and Working Capital Management
  • Business Reporting and Performance
  • Restructuring and Turnaround Management
  • Succession and Exit Strategies
  • Specialist Services

Turnaround Strategies

Where we consider that a company’s problems can be solved, we prepare a Turnaround Strategy for it. This is in essence a plan for the future of the company which identifies and documents the things the company needs to do and the conditions it needs to satisfy in order to keep trading and to return to profitability.

Businesses in financial or management distress face a unique set of challenges. Achieving a turnaround or renewal of the business is challenging because multiple aspects of the entity must be addressed concurrently. Sufficient cash flow to ensure short-term survival is essential. However, simultaneously various internal and external stakeholders required management and communication and a process must be established to identify and improve the more viable parts of the entity to ensure a medium return to normal business operations.

The underlying causes of liquidity problems or trading losses can be complex and are not always readily apparent, particularly to incumbent management. Companies that are able to recognise problems early have more time and flexibility to implement appropriate strategies. Internal denial or a lack of urgency often hinders the ability of businesses to effect necessary changes in a timely manner.

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