Corporate Restructuring

Corporate Restructuring

KPMG’s Corporate Restructuring (CR) unit is a leading provider of turnaround strategies to underperforming companies.

Our CR team works with stakeholders to restructure businesses.

KPMG’s Corporate Restructuring (CR) unit is a leading provider of turnaround strategies to underperforming companies. Our CR team works with stakeholders to restructure businesses that are experiencing financial difficulties, and seeks to rebuild corporate performance and restore stakeholder confidence.

KPMG’s CR professionals determine the causes of a company’s underperformance and devise an effective implementation plan to:

  • Make fundamental changes in strategic direction 
  • Alter business structure 
  • Remove or rebuild components

KPMG’s CR professionals use their technical knowledge and commercial insight to provide independent advice on a wide spectrum of restructuring and recovery issues, such as:

  • Financial restructuring 
  • Investigations and Independent Business Reviews
  • Examinerships and receiverships 
  • Operational restructuring 
  • Crisis management 
  • Creditor advisory 
  • Management strategies

International and European CR

KPMG's CR unit is part of KPMG International's global network of member firms, allowing us to draw on wide-reaching resources to implement methodologies on an international scale. CR is complemented on a European basis by the KPMG European Restructuring Unit (ERU) based in Frankfurt. This facilitates the CR team in carrying out cross border and complex restructuring assignments equipped with the local technical and cultural knowledge required to deliver effective methodologies.

Multi-faceted approach

The KPMG CR approach is multi-faceted, with professionals from the Corporate Finance, Transaction Services, Forensic, Audit and Taxation departments working closely with CR professionals to provide ancillary know-how as required.

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Restructuring

At every stage in the business life cycle events may not go as expected.

 
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