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Restructuring

Each restructuring scenario calls for different professional skills, and we offer a broad range of services that are tailored to your individual situation to help you evaluate opportunities, put together the most effective restructuring plan, improve transactions and achieve your strategic goals.

Our restructuring services include:

  • Corporate restructuring:
    We help companies and investors improve their total expected return in times of uncertainty and deteriorating performance and growth. We support you in managing work-out or turn-around processes and in allocating capital and investment — evaluating your business plans objectively. We also devise strategies to address potential covenant breaches, negotiating with stakeholders and complying with insolvency and other requirements.
  • Working capital management:
    We help you improve cash flows and release value in current capital accounts (receivables, payables, inventories), thereby improving overall liquidity and offering effective strategies for managing credit lines.
  • Capital markets:
    We work with you to develop optimal and flexible debt and equity capital structures and competitive financing programs. We analyze the choices, present you with the alternatives and offer recommendations.

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