Insolvency and Restructuring

Corporate Insolvency

Sometimes circumstances dictate that restructuring is simply not a viable option for a distressed company.

Where we do recommend formal insolvency proceedings, our team of insolvency specialists will review the business and put forward their expert opinion on which option is the most appropriate. These include:

Insolvency

  • Administration
  • Administrative Receivership
  • Company Voluntary Arrangements
  • Compulsory Liquidation
  • Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation
  • Fixed Charge Receivership/LPA Receivership

Solvent Liquidations

  • Members’ Voluntary Liquidation

Restructuring

There are a number of operational and financial challenges that can hinder business performance.  Our restructuring specialists can work closely with management and other stakeholders to identify key issues and create strategic restructuring solutions aimed at an immediate positive impact and a sound basis for future trading.

Our nationwide team of experts understand that running a company whose value is under threat can be highly stressful, which is why our approach is to work quickly and in partnership with stakeholders and recommend strategies that are straightforward to implement.  The goal of this approach is to assist management teams to make informed decisions about what needs to be done, and when, to secure the optimum outcome for the business.

Our services are tailored to the needs of the individual business, and include:

  • Debt Restructuring
  • Lender and Creditor Negotiations
  • Cash Stabilisation
  • Diagnostic Business Review
  • Diagnostic Model
  • Performance Improvement
  • Corporate Simplification
  • Contingency and Insolvency Planning
  • Optimised Exit Services
  • Interim Management

Our experienced restructuring specialists come from a broad spectrum of disciplines, sectors and industries. This combined expertise provides breadth and depth to the advice we can offer, not only in relation to the above services but also on specific sector and industry issues and challenges.