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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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Restructuring and Transformation Thought Leadership

  • You tripped a loan covenant. Now what?

    Has your organization tripped a loan covenant? View our on-demand webinar to learn more about loan covenants and what to do if you trip them.

    Webinar October 16, 2018 30 min watch
    Two business professionals reviewing their loan covanant in an office.
  • Crisis communication: Five steps to engage stakeholders
    In tough times, communicating with stakeholders is critical to minimizing negative impacts, maintaining control, and securing the support your organization needs to move forward. Here’s how to start.
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    A businessman communicating to stakeholders during a crisis.
  • Data-rich, information-poor: Leverage your data to improve costing
    Customer expectations are adding complexity and driving cost. While many businesses have amassed a wealth of data, simply collecting data won’t deliver the information you need for decision-making. Here’s how to leverage it and improve your costing system.
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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.
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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.”

Lady working in a factory using an industrial machine.
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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.
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Operational turnaround for automotive metal supplier
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