Businesses face challenges throughout their life cycle. Expecting their owners and managers to have the experience and all the skills required to deal with these bumps in the commercial road would be naïve. From time to time, trusted external advisers will need to be added to the existing pool of expertise.
Opus can provide this vital input. This may involve addressing the financial implications of growing pains; helping to deal constructively with the concerns of interested parties such as lenders, trade suppliers, credit insurers and even unsettled core customers when there are cash flow difficulties; or finding ways to neutralise more serious threats to the viability and survival of the business.
Our starting point in advising businesses is that insolvency should be the last option considered and only then after all other possibilities have been exhausted. We have a track record of identifying and implementing consensual solutions, which preserve the business itself and the jobs it supports, while maximising value for stakeholders.
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