Responding quickly to liquidity and working capital distress – can make a significant difference in minimizing customer, partner and operational impacts and perhaps head off more complex restructuring steps. Mackinac Partners’ Turnaround and Restructuring practice is geared towards helping companies quickly assess the key factors impacting liquidity and ongoing cash flow needs.
Our specialists will rapidly identify the key issues impacting liquidity, including cash flow and revenue generation; key operational costs including inventory costs and turns, product or service costs, and overhead and SG&A; accounts payable and outflow issues; infrastructure and balance sheet issues; current debt service, and other key working capital impacts.
These activities are extremely critical and impactful as the generation of near term liquidity through internal actions is key to obtaining the time to:
- Implement deeper operational and cost control measures
- Evaluate strategic options and capital structure needs
- Negotiate consensual solutions with creditors
- Develop a Restructuring business plan if deeper capital restructuring or additional sources of capital are required
Our specialists are also available to serve in an interim CRO, CFO, CEO or Controller role to help manage through the crisis and stabilize operations. For more information please visit our Interim Management Services page.We can work with stakeholders to identify the debt and capital structure issues that are impacting current operations, evaluate strategic options, and determine future capital structure needs which are critical inputs to the development of a restructuring business plan and lender negotiations.
With experts highly skilled in crisis management, liquidity management, cost control, distressed debt, chapter 11 proceedings, debt negotiations, capital raising, and turnaround management, Mackinac Partners can help your company through even the most difficult liquidity and working capital crises and help provide the near term stability required to address additional strategic options, operational actions and/or restructuring steps.