Our business restructuring team get involved when a company needs to improve its efficiency and profitability and it requires expert corporate management, this can be triggered by a one-off event such as a large bad debt or a deterioration in trading performance over a sustained period of time. Often we carry out an Independent Business Review which highlights the need for restructuring.
This involves the dismantling and rebuilding of areas within an organisation that need special attention from the management and CEO. The process of corporate restructuring frequently occurs after buy-outs, corporate acquisitions, takeovers or bankruptcy.
When restructuring a business it is advisable to also look at formal insolvency procedures and the Members Voluntary Liquidation procedure. Although these involve incurring the costs of an Insolvency Practitioner it may be that they allow for more profitable results in the period after restructuring, or open the door to potential tax savings.
If you delay in seeking advice when you suspect that your business is in trouble, you may find that it is too late to implement a turnaround plan and there are a limited number of options available to you.
Dains can help with:
- Assessing the financial position of the company
- Advising of the options available
- Assisting with the procedure recommended
In producing a plan for the future of the business, we will frequently work alongside a colleague in the tax and/or corporate finance departments to gain a truly comprehensive picture of how, together, we can boost your bottom line.
Dains Business Recovery Limited - Registered Company number 10115314. Registered office St. Johns Court, Wiltell Road, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS14 9DS. Registered in England and Wales.
Dains Group Limited - Registered Company number 06327495. Registered office St. Johns Court, Wiltell Road, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS14 9DS. Registered in England and Wales.
Martin FP Smith and Nicola J Meadows are licensed in the United Kingdom to act as Insolvency Practitioners by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
When acting as Receivers, Administrative Receivers or Administrators they act as agents only, without personal liability and when acting as Administrators, the affairs, business and property of the company are being managed by them.