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Warrington-based tech business secures funding and becomes employee-owned

25 March 2021

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM’s debt advisory team and employee ownership trust specialists helped Warrington-based software company GTMaritime secure funding to facilitate employee ownership.

Deviesh Raikundalia

Restructuring Advisory Director

Deviesh is a Restructuring Advisory Director based in Leicester and Nottingham and is an experienced advisory in Restructuring and is a Chartered Certified Accountant and a Licenced Insolvency Practitioner. His primary goal is to rescue and turnaround the situation with a view to ideally avoiding formal insolvency procedures. Deviesh is well known and regarded across the East Midlands professional and business community and has a wealth of experience in financial restructuring and recovery across various sectors including (but not limited to) automotive, manufacturing, construction, leisure and hospitality.

135 jobs saved at Spanish restaurant group Iberica
Damian Webb

26 October 2020

RSM has advised on the successful restructuring of Iberica, the Spanish tapas restaurant and bar group owned and operated by Iberica Food & Culture Limited, preserving approximately 135 jobs in the process.

The impact of coronavirus on the UK lending market
Greg Moreton

06 October 2020

As the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the trading performance of UK companies, lenders are assessing their response to the challenging conditions they find themselves in. Download our report to find out more.

Capital and Debt Restructuring
Gareth Harris

22 September 2020

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.

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

22 September 2020

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic meant that many businesses took all possible steps to survive, including taking on more debt. As businesses have opened up some are realising that they are not as profitable as before. And repaying the pre-coronavirus and post coronavirus-debt may not be possible. What can you do if your business is in this situation?

Steve Hubbard

Partner

Steve is a partner at RSM.

Helen Brocklebank

Corporate Finance Partner

Helen leads RSM's Mergers and Acquisitions team in the Midlands. She has 15 years’ experience in transactions, specialising in mid-market deals, leading and advising on a wide range of transactions including private equity and debt-backed management buy outs, disposals, acquisitions and development fund-raising.

CBILS or not CBILS? Practical thoughts on financing after lockdown
Greg Moreton

27 July 2020

The government-backed coronavirus business loan schemes are now a family of five. Here we show what lenders and companies have done, and what you should do.

Tyrone Courtman

Partner

Tyrone is a Partner based in Leicester and is an expert in Restructuring, a Chartered Accountant and a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner. He is well known and highly regarded across the East Midlands/Midlands business community and has extensive experience in financial restructuring and recovery across various sectors.

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