Business Recovery & Restructuring
Businesses can fail. Even the most successful incur bad or doubtful debts. Whether you are an individual with financial difficulties, a sophisticated investor or a large corporate, we can help.
As business restructuring & insolvency lawyers, we have been instructed on some of the most challenging restructuring and insolvency projects both across the region and nationally.
In addition, we also have extensive experience advising corporates who may be facing trading issues or financial distress. As well, we can also provide advice to company boards in respect of directors’ duties and also risk management. Our team of insolvency lawyers also act on behalf of lenders, investors, other stakeholders and landlords that may be disadvantaged by an insolvency event.
We also specialise in all types of corporate insolvency-related procedures such as administrations, liquidations and receivership, working closely with insolvency practitioners. In addition, the practice provides support in respect of personal insolvency procedures such as bankruptcy and individual voluntary arrangements (IVA).
We understand that a supply chain arrangement is often only as good as its weakest link and can recommend options and remedies available to creditors. We also know that prevention is better than cure, and often work alongside management and other stakeholders to help understand and effectively respond to the current challenges faced. Early engagement and being proactive can often increase the options available to rescue or restructure a business facing financial difficulties.
Our business recovery & restructuring clients include:
Begbies Traynor, Alvarez & Marsal, Interpath, PwC, BDO, RSM and Molson Coors
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Senior Credit and Lending Manager, Molson Coors
“We have worked with Gordons for over 20 years. They are easy to work with and adaptive; an extension of our team.”
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