BTG Global Advisory is an international business and financial advisory group

BTG Global Advisory

BTG Global Advisory (BTG GA) covers all continents as well as multiple offshore centres, and is a trusted advisor to many leading banks, law firms, private equity and other funds, bankruptcy debtors and creditor committees, operating companies, and other parties affected by distress.

BTG GA is multidisciplinary, offering a broad range of professional services necessary to provide solutions to business problems. Its members include restructuring advisors and insolvency specialists; turnaround directors, workout and profit improvement consultants; forensics investigators and other litigation support professionals; and investment banking/M&A transaction advisors amongst other specialists.

Our members are leading players in their markets and have an international outlook, which reflects the increasingly global nature of business.

Who we have worked with...

Bank of America
Deutsche Bank
Royal Bank of Canada
Fannie Mae
General Electric
Verizon Wireless
Lloyds Banking Group
HSBC
RBS
Barclays
Delta Airlines
Santander

Latest News

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Webinar Recap 18 November 2020: Australia vs USA Clash of the Debtor in Possession

Posted in: Rodgers Reidy on 20/11/2020

Webinar Recap 18 November 2020: Australia vs USA Clash of the Debtor in Possession

Rodgers Reidy hosted an insightful webinar on 18 November 2020, featuring Wayne Weitz from B. Riley Financial (USA) and Andrew Barnden from Rodgers Reidy (Aus), with others as they explored the new Debtor in Possession rules that will be used in Australia.

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BTG Global Advisory Announces Further Expansion

Posted in: BTG Global Advisory on 19/11/2020

BTG Global Advisory Announces Further Expansion

BTG GA’s Reach Extends to Mexico and Russia

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Pandemic to accelerate SME’s embrace of alternative lenders

Posted in: Begbies Traynor Group on 19/11/2020

Pandemic to accelerate SME’s embrace of alternative lenders

The maturity of the UK’s private debt market over the last decade represents a significant silver lining for growth-focused SMEs navigating the intensifying second wave of the pandemic. Back in 2008, UK high street banks controlled over 90% of the SME market for refinancing and new lending, but they were also at the epicentre of the crisis, which limited liquidity.

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