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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.

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.

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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