At every stage in the business life cycle events may not go as expected. Lenders, creditors, companies and individuals can all be negatively impacted when a business gets into difficulty. In our experience, early intervention can considerably increase the chances of a positive outcome for all concerned.
How KPMG can help
- Receiverships We have extensive experience of Receiverships and in identifying the most beneficial routes for a secured creditor to maximise its recovery. The focus is on maximising the asset realisations. We will also work with secured creditors to identify the most practical and economic appointment so that unnecessary costs can be minimised.
- Members’ Voluntary Liquidation A Members’ Voluntary Liquidation is a mechanism whereby a solvent company, acting through its directors and members, decides to wind-up a company, primarily for the purpose of realising its assets and distributing the surplus to its shareholders.
- Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation A Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation is usually initiated by the insolvent company, acting through its board. In a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation, the liquidator is primarily concerned with the interest of the creditors.
- Court Liquidation A Court Liquidation is commenced by order of the Court on foot of a petition. The petitioner in this type of liquidation is most commonly the company itself or a creditor who will petition on the ground that a company is unable to pay its debts.