Helping to create resilient and agile companies that can successfully weather high-pressure events
Helping to create resilient and agile companies that can weather high-pressure events
When it is no longer business as usual, stressed companies must act quickly and decisively to avoid severe damage to their operations and reputation. With cash flow and profitability on the line, it is imperative for CEOs, finance professionals and lenders to read signs of financial stress and operational underperformance and take prompt and effective action.
Prevention involves promptly establishing the right priorities for preserving and enhancing value.
How we can help
KPMG in Singapore's restructuring professionals draw on a portfolio of financial, operational and management experience to help management stabilise the business, reorganise borrowings, rebuild performance, enhance profitability and build a stable platform for sustainable growth.
Our objective is to assist management through episodes of significant financial and operational stress, without having to resort to formal insolvency arrangements.
- Strategic business reviews
- Business restructuring and planning
- Performance improvement
- Lender assistance
- Shareholder management and negotiation
- Distressed financing and refinancing
- Cash and working capital strategy
- Cost reduction
- Asset divestment
- Exit planning and implementation
- Debtor, creditor or court-driven formal restructurings
The quality of our work reflects the technical capabilities and the commercial insights of our restructuring professionals, our cross-disciplinary approach to client engagements, our access to KPMG’s global resources and our extensive experience gained from advising listed and unlisted companies, multinational enterprises, government entities and leading non-profit organisations.
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