There are many reasons why businesses restructure. Often it's because they are experiencing trading difficulties. Whatever the case, we can assess your aims and help you take the most appropriate action.
Restructuring is broad term. It can be used by companies in trouble who need to change or risk losing business, as well as successful ones who want to keep their edge.
Dealing with difficulties
Usually, what prompts companies to restructure is a falling share price or a share price they feel doesn't reflect the company's value. Some of the potential solutions include cutting jobs, buying companies, selling off or closing unprofitable divisions or even splitting up the company, so investors can get a clearer picture of all the potential revenue streams.
Reviewing your future
In some cases, restructuring comes directly from the directors' business strategies, and doesn't necessarily mean the business is in trouble. Many companies are constantly restructuring, even when business is good, so they can stay ahead of the game.
Whatever your situation - whether you need to resolve difficulties or are simply exploring new possibilities - we'll be glad to provide expert advice and support throughout the restructuring process. Simply contact us, and we'll show you how we can help.