The global shut down to halt the spread of the coronavirus has had an huge impact on businesses and led to the collapse of many but has also provided the opportunity for others to be more innovative and take advantage of new opportunities.
Government support schemes, whether ad hoc bailouts or loan guarantees and employment subsidies, have helped shield some businesses from the worst of the storm. Many, however, are quickly approaching the crunch point as the furlough scheme changes and decisions will need to be taken. Wise business leaders should not shy away from these difficult decisions but they should proceed carefully and knowledgably to ensure they make the most of any opportunities. Join us with Randall & Payne and Charles Russell Speechlys to discuss the different options available to remodel, reinvent or restructure your business.
The priority is to minimise risk wherever possible and we will examine: (i) how to reinvent your competitive advantage to reflect significant changes in customer behaviour and ensure future success; (ii) how to remodel your business to separate valuable assets from trading activities and protect past success; and (iii) in what situations formal restructuring may be required.
The need for change has never been greater nor more intense. We will hear from Will Abbott and Dan Moore on the different options open to businesses.
Will is partner and head of Management and Business Advisory Services at Randall & Payne. Helping business people achieve success by bringing clarity and commitment to their plans, he works with many sectors to develop and implement strategy. With over 25 years’ experience in practice he is passionate about helping clients solve problems and ensuring they, their teams and their businesses are the best they can be. A dedicated MAMIL he can be seen cycling the highways and byways of Gloucestershire and further afield most weekends.
Dan advises a wide variety of stakeholders in the context of domestic and international insolvency issues, including banks, financial institutions, companies, directors, trade creditors and insolvency practitioners. He has experience of high value litigation in the context of insolvency assignments and also undertakes non-contentious transactional work. In addition, he provides commercial, technical and strategic advice on all scenarios relating to restructuring and insolvency. Prior to joining Charles Russell Speechlys, he spent 3 years working in restructuring and insolvency including a year with Smith and Williamson’s restructuring team in London. In that role he gained a useful insight into the practical side of liquidations, administrations, company voluntay arrangements and bankruptcies.
To book your place visit the C2S website: https://www.circle2success.com/events/re-model-re-invent-re-structure-scenarios-for-taking-your-business-forward/