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Corporate debt advice and restructuring

Debt is a tool that can help you to achieve your goals by removing financial barriers. It’s a weapon that every business should keep in its arsenal, and not something that should be feared. 

That being said, it’s a good idea to get some professional advice if you are finding the monthly repayments overwhelming, as it may be possible to restructure your existing debts and ease some of the pressure on your monthly cash flow. 

What is corporate debt restructuring?

Restructuring of corporate debt simply refers to reducing, consolidating or reorganising a company’s outstanding obligations in order to restore liquidity and boost cash flow. This is often achieved by negotiating with the company’s creditors, such as banks and other lenders, and might involve reducing the total amount of debt, decreasing the interest rate and/or increasing the payment terms

In some instances, if the business is in distress, some of the company’s debts may be forgiven in exchange for an equity position in the company. This is usually considered as a last resort when the only remaining alternative is bankruptcy, but it is worth keeping in mind as an option during your corporate debt negotiations.

If the debt restructuring conversations are unsuccesful, we can help you to prepare an exit strategy plan and get your business ready for sale

Next steps

Our corporate debt advisory team will help you to make the right decision for your business and restructure your financial obligations in the best possible way for you. Get in touch to discuss your individual circumstances with a member of our Corporate Finance team. Call 0114 274 7576 or email bestadvice@knowleswarwick.com.

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