Capital and Debt Restructuring

Given the constant change and uncertainty recently, many companies will find themselves with reduced profitability and cash generation through no fault of their own.  After reacting to market changes the business model may remain sound, but the current capital and debt structure may hinder future development. There may be limited incentive for management or equity providers to invest further, and debt funders may be concerned about their position. In such circumstances it may be appropriate to consider a consensual restructure.

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Carrying too much debt? You may need a capital and debt restructure

Many businesses took on more debt to survive the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. But for businesses whose profits have fallen, repaying these debts may not be possible. This article explains the six steps of capital and debt restructure.

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Carrying too much debt
Preparing a business case for a capital and debt restructure

Preparing a business case for a capital and debt restructure

In order to show your stakeholders that you have too much debt and the wrong capital structure, you will need to prepare and provide some key information. This articles explains what information you will need, why you need it, and how you can prepare it.

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What to try before you seek a capital and debt restructure

Each of the stakeholders in your business will expect you to consider some intermediate steps before you approach them for help. This article explains some of the things to try and questions to ask before you turn to your stakeholders for support.

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What to try before you seek a capital and debt restructure
How to align stakeholder interests

How to align stakeholder interests on capital and debt restructure

Most stakeholders share a common goal: for the business to perform well. But if you’ve become burdened with too much debt, individual interests can break this alignment. Here we explain how to realign stakeholder interests during a capital and debt restructure.

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Why a consensual process is vital in capital and debt restructure

In any restructuring process, it is important to keep all stakeholders motivated to complete the deal. Maintaining this consensual process can require diplomacy, negotiation, and challenging conversations. Here’s how we can help maintain a consensual restructure. 

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Why a consensual process is vital in capital and debt restructure
Alternatives to capital and debt restructure: what are the more formal options

Alternatives to capital and debt restructure: what are the more formal options?

Capital and debt restructuring processes can achieve a great deal and solve a lot of issues. But you may need to pursue other more formal restructuring processes as well. This article explains your restructuring options, and when to consider each one. 

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