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Crisis Management

Breathing New Life Into Companies in Crisis

We quickly identify the highest priority issues, determine short-term stabilization solutions, create action plans and act immediately.

Three Levels of Engagement

We begin with a consultation process to determine the duration of crisis management required:

  • Level One (1-2 weeks) – Includes a review of financial statements, payroll verifications, product service validation, forecasting strategy and CFBE sustainability with current funding.
  • Level Two (3-6 weeks) – Includes everything from level one, with additional services including management team review, equity investor support and technology platforms review and requirement.
  • Level Three (6-8 weeks) – Includes both level one and two offerings with additional support consisting of intellectual property analysis, exit opportunities, contract review, customer review and liquidation scenarios.
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Immediate Action

Based on the identified issues, we act immediately to . . .

 

  • Determine how to continue operations while satisfying short-term debt and operational expenses
  • Manage cash flow by forecasting, restructuring obligations and tightly managing finances
  • Reach out to current and new investors to help with funding
  • Renew relationships with customers and vendors
  • Review sales strategies, market penetration and exit possibilities
  • Replace all senior executive positions with crisis management experts

A Fresh Start

Rebuilding Companies 

We position companies for a fresh start by facilitating activities such as servicing senior debt, developing new technology, growing sales and positioning companies to attract a buyer.

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Rebuilding Companies

We position companies for a fresh start by facilitating activities such as servicing senior debt, developing new technology, growing sales and positioning companies to attract a buyer.

From Uncertainty to Sustainability

Find out how we help equity owners and lenders of distressed borrowers ensure sustainable investements.

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