Sometimes companies cannot avoid taking measures to improve their organizational, business or market conditions or, in the worst case, to cope with a corporate crisis. Ideally, such measures anticipate expected future adverse market or cost developments in the company.

Un­for­tuna­tely, howe­ver, such mea­su­res are of­ten only ta­ken at a time when the horse has al­re­ady left the barn and the com­pany is no lon­ger in the black. At this point, it is of­ten only pos­si­ble to re­act and no lon­ger to act. The pro­blem is all the more se­rious be­cause a com­pany can no lon­ger be re­struc­tu­red on its own and thus re­struc­tu­ring is the les­ser evil com­pa­red to a com­plete shut­down of the com­pany.

In such sen­si­tive si­tua­ti­ons, it is par­ti­cu­larly im­port­ant to have a pru­dent part­ner at your side. We are one of the top ad­dres­ses for the re­struc­tu­ring of me­dium-si­zed com­pa­nies. We create re­struc­tu­ring con­cepts with the most up-to-date ex­per­tise. With our im­ple­men­ta­tion strength, we of­ten as­sume ope­ra­tio­nal re­spon­si­bi­lity and en­sure a sus­tai­nable tur­naround in re­sults. In this way, the ac­tual change in the com­pany suc­ceeds. We achieve this with an in­ter­di­sci­pli­nary team of 60 re­struc­tu­ring ex­perts: Au­di­tors, tax ad­vi­sors, la­wy­ers as well as ma­nage­ment con­sul­tants with in-depth in­dus­try know­ledge and lea­dership ex­pe­ri­ence in top ma­nage­ment and the know-how of what is best to do in cri­sis si­tua­ti­ons.