Business Restructuring

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Business Restructuring

What is Restructuring?

Restructuring is the act of changing the business model to transform the business for the better. Changes can be legal, operational, financial, or ownership. Change can be forced on the business by either internal or external factors. Business restructuring is necessary where profits are diminishing or are lower than expected through financial and operational challenges.

How do we do it?

We engage with all relevant stakeholders and work alongside management to arrive at optimal solutions to financial and operational challenges that result in a positive outcome within the shortest possible timeframe.

Based on the financial and operational analysis, we will present and implement a plan to restructure the business to achieve the best possible outcome.

We will assist in pre-empting and managing obstacles alongside management to ensure successful implementation.

Whether a company is in its growth or shrinking phase, we can support management by reviewing:

Operational performance.

Key financial data and indicators to establish areas of non-performance.

Historic and forecast financial performance.

Margin and cost indicators.

Systems (financial and operational) and internal controls.

The long-term sustainability of the business.

Why EBT?

As a turnaround organisation there are few, if any, of our clients where a business restructure is not required. Restructuring is therefore in our blood. We believe that any business can be restructured to deliver improved returns, so long as there is still a market for its product or service.

Is this the right solution for you?

Growth outstripping cash resources.

Declining profitability and margins.

Inefficient production.

Inappropriate input and output pricing structures.

Inefficient or excessive workforce.

Here are some of the scenarios where a restructure of the business may be beneficial:

Ineffective cash flow management

Collapse of a major customer leading to bad debt write-off.

Disruption in operations through external forces.

Liquidity and cash flow stress.

Breach of funding covenants.

If you have experienced any of the above-mentioned scenarios, please feel free to contact us for a no-obligation meeting.