Blurring retail boundaries

Posted On: 20th October 2016
Blurring retail boundaries

BTG Global Advisory looks at the global retail market, covering the challenges and opportunities of globalization and the blurring of boundaries between physical and online retail.

International retail has found itself at a crossroads, with pure online players, brands, and market entrants both disrupting the sector and, in turn, mulling over the role that real estate may play in their own global growth strategies. In parallel, traditional retailers have been left to wrestle with the redefinition of their offers and how they use their hard-won locations, brand strength, and a fresh focus on the consumer experience to reinvigorate their performance and sustain their future.

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Posted By: Nigel Atkinson

Posted On: 20th October 2016

Nigel has 34 years corporate recovery and restructuring advisory experience. He joined the firm in 2003 and is based in the London office. Prior to joining, he was a partner at Deloitte and subsequently took up CRO positions at various companies undergoing restructuring.

Nigel has experience in many business sectors and he specialises in airlines/transport, property and construction, manufacturing, finance and leisure.

Some of his larger cases include Silverjet Plc, British Island Airways Plc, Courtney Pope Plc, Clares Equipment Holdings, Willaire Group Plc, Figurehead Finance Plc, Abingworth Plc, Edencorp Leisure Plc, Mowat Group Plc, Rush & Tompkins Plc, Danair and Alitalia.

Nigel was the Joint Editor of “Guide to Insolvency in Europe” published by CCH Editions.