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Is your organization challenged to overcome underperforming business segments, liquidity constraints, significant financial losses, rapid growth, or loan covenant violations? An outside perspective can help. When you partner with us, you’ll receive actionable steps and expert analysis to help you turn your business around. 

Because time and trust are crucial factors during crisis, our turnaround experts will quickly assess your situation and drive rapid stabilization and improvement. Whether your organization’s distress was triggered internally or by marketplace dynamics, we’ll help you quickly evaluate alternatives and take the best path forward to benefit all stakeholders. Our restructuring and business transformation experts will help with financial and operational strategies, and implement practical and actionable short- and long-term solutions that accelerate improvement and preserve value. 

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Achieve success in challenging times

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Concerned about your company's loan covenant compliance? Your bank is!

If your business is experiencing financial challenges, you could inadvertently violate a loan covenant, providing your lender with remedies you won’t want it to exercise. Proactively addressing difficulties while the economy is strong could save your business. Here’s how.

Sandor Jacobson
Article January 30, 2019 4 min read
Crisis communication: Five steps to engage stakeholders
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You tripped a loan covenant. Now what?
Learn what loan covenants are, what you should do if you violate them, and how to avoid tripping them in the future.

Transitioning your business

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Business succession in your future? Consider these questions
Personal and professional decisions about financial independence and your family's vision for the future determine how best to transfer business ownership. Ask these three questions to help gain clarity.
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Industry 4.0: Optimizing your plant with smart technologies
From employee productivity to increased insights into customer behaviors, Industry 4.0 is revolutionizing the plant floor.

Restructuring and Transformation Thought Leadership

  • Concerned about your company's loan covenant compliance? Your bank is!

    If your business is experiencing financial challenges, you could inadvertently violate a loan covenant, providing your lender with remedies you won’t want it to exercise. Proactively addressing difficulties while the economy is strong could save your business. Here’s how.

    Sandor Jacobson Shawn Dubinsky
    Article January 30, 2019 4 min read
    Two business professionals sitting down and discussing covenant loan compliance.
  • Increasing operating margins: Four principles you need to know

    The easiest way to make a business more lucrative is to understand the drivers of top-line revenue and analyze margins on a customer, product, and market basis. Use these proven principles as you strengthen your organization and increase operating margins.

    Jason Winters Ken Julien
    Article January 10, 2019 4 min read
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  • Top tactics to measure financial performance and understand your business health
    How accurate are your financial performance calculations? If you’re only focused on the good, and glossing over the bad — sticking your head in the sand, so to speak — you could be overlooking issues that might derail your business.
    Jason Winters
    Article January 9, 2019 2 min read
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  • Seven techniques to reduce costs and improve profitability
    In a time of slow growth, improving profitability often requires cost reductions. These seven techniques can help you make hard decisions in an objective, thoughtful, methodical way.
    Jason Winters
    Article January 8, 2019 2 min read
    Three business people discussing seven techniques to reduce costs.

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Don’t weather the storm alone

You might not have experienced these difficulties before, but we have — and we know what’s required to sustain and improve performance. Our specific industry knowledge and ability to quickly assess and deeply understand the dynamics of your situation will be the building blocks of your successful crisis management strategy.

In fact, Tim Weed, our restructuring practice leader, makes a point to structure teams with a blend of restructuring and turnaround savvy as well as people skills. “Our success in helping clients in crisis mode isn’t the only factor that sets us apart. It’s also our ability to listen to clients — their stories about the past and their strategies for the future. When we do that, it helps us improve their outcomes.”

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Financial forecasting: Expanding for a better and bigger future
To stay competitive, a company must keep up with their customer demands. A family-owned food and beverage company was facing a business-changing request that led to a new facility, ultimately retaining their largest client.
Sean Pattison
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Operations improvement restores manufacturer to profitability
Ohio foam products manufacturer sees immediate savings and increase in net operating margin following operational and cultural improvements.
Case Study May 31, 2017 2 min read