Services in the area of Consulting
We support you in restructuring. No matter whether you want to gain an overview or avoid risks. We work with you to develop options for action and support you in implementing them.
We specialise in advising companies going through crisis situations. Together with the management, we examine whether and when grounds for insolvency exist, clarify the possibilities of avoiding insolvency and steer the management team through the crisis and liability risks.
Consulting for shareholders
If your investment is in crisis, we will provide advice with the aim of identifying options together and retaining the value of the business.
Consulting for creditors
We advise creditors and financiers when their customers are in crisis situations and also represent them in insolvency proceedings and on creditors’ committees. To avoid the risks of default, we draw on our many years of experience as insolvency administrators to support financiers …
Reorganisation options and preventive restructuring (StaRUG)
We will sit down with you to explore all the available reorganisation options.
Trust models and liquidations
We also support reorganisations through what are known as double-sided trusts, enabling further financing with the consent of the banks as well as the reorganisation and retention of the enterprise value.
Reorganisation employment law
Personnel issues are almost always an extremely important element to consider when companies find themselves in financial difficulties or crises. Employment law can entail considerable risks that make a reorganisation appear pointless.
Consulting Distressed M&A
We support domestic and foreign investors in national and cross-border acquisitions of companies out of crisis and insolvency.
Defence against contest claims
In many insolvency proceedings suppliers, service providers and consultants to the insolvent business face demands from the insolvency administrator to repay payments made to them (contesting of a transaction pursuant to sections 129 et seq. of the German Insolvency Code (InsO)).
Defence against liability claims under insolvency law
In many cases the institutions of insolvent companies find themselves exposed to liability claims brought by the insolvency administrator because the request for insolvency was allegedly filed too late. The insolvency administrator claims that the illiquidity or overindebtedness arose at an …
International insolvency law
We also advise our national and foreign clients in international restructuring scenarios or other cross-border issues relating to insolvency law. We support both foreign clients in insolvency cases in Germany and German clients in questions relating to insolvency law abroad.