We offer a full range of restructuring and insolvency services to banks, debt and equity funds, private equity investors, venture capitalists, sureties, corporate debtors, directors, and insolvency practitioners.
Our mainstream restructuring activity makes up the majority of our day-to-day work and sees our dedicated restructuring team working closely with other departments to offer proactive, progressive, solutions-driven advice on all aspects of business transformation and restructurings. Our experienced, senior lawyer-led advisory and transactional service allows us to bring flexibility, innovation and a commercial focus to assist your business needs.
We’re confident of our ability to deliver the outcome you need, whether it’s offering advice on how to move a business out of distress or to achieve a turnaround, for example:
- assisting in the planning and implementation of operational reorganisations;
- providing debtor or creditor advice in the negotiation of bilateral and multi-stakeholder financial restructurings; or
- analysing, structuring and delivering acquisitions and investments (equity, non-distressed and distressed debt, single-name and portfolio transactions).
International investigation and insolvency litigation expertise
Alongside our mainstream restructuring activity, we’re highly regarded for our large insolvency litigation practice and offer outstanding cross-border expertise in this area.
Our experienced team offers insolvency litigation on a domestic and an international basis.
We have extensive recent experience of offshore work, regularly recovering assets and enforcing in jurisdictions such as:
- The Cayman Islands
- The British Virgin Islands
- The Isle of Man
- The CIS
Register now for our 2018 conferences
Take a look at what this year’s conference will focus on and some of the speakers we have already confirmed.
Webinar – UK retail sector update: Navigating the perfect storm
This free on demand webinar is essential viewing for retail businesses looking to navigate the perfect storm of challenges for the sector.