Corporate restructure is the process of redesigning one or more aspects of a company; either through sale or some other insolvency and restructuring process. Our insolvency and debt recovery team are well placed to advise directors on the strategic restructuring options available to them We are also able to offer advice on re-financing and staffing issues which, when applied correctly, can have the effect of improving the financial position of the company.
Examples of recent restructuring transactions include:
- Advising the directors of a company wishing to acquire a company out of administration by conducting a tailored acquisition search to match the needs of our clients.
- Advising the directors of a large company on its funding options using one of our corporate finance contacts.
- Advising the directors of a construction company in relation to the sale of the business to its competitors in order to maximise the realisations available to its creditors, whilst retaining new employment for these directors within the acquiring company.
- Advising the directors of a design and consultancy business in connection with its liabilities under TUPE following the acquisition of a connected business.
Just a quick note to thank you and the team for all the advice and help you have given us over the last 9 months, your support and guidance has stood us in good stead as our company experienced more lows than highs. The level of professionalism, experience, guidance and excellent communications helped ensure the survival of our company and staff which in turn brought many unforeseen benefits to our customers and suppliers.
Not only have Thursfields excelled in their remit but they have also taught us some very valuable lessons to which the knowledge gained has now been installed in our day to day businesses.
Our future is now bright and we are moving forward in the right direction and knowing that Thursfields are on hand to advise and help in any future matters arising brings us comfort and confidence.”
John McGhee, Midland Power