We help companies to restructure their debt when they want to improve their working capital or facing bankruptcy.
The debt restructuring process typically involves getting lenders to agree to reduce the interest rates on loans, extension of maturity dates, hair cut, or combination.
These steps improve the company’s chances of paying back its obligations and staying in business. In some cases, debt are converted into equity of companies.
We advice companies on issuing bond to finance infrastructure projects, assets, buyouts, etc.
The borrower issues a bond that includes the terms, interest payments, and maturity date where the bond principal must be paid back.
Convertible bond allows bondholders to convert their debt into equity. The possible combinations of embedded puts, calls, and convertibility rights in a bond are attractive to investors as they can enjoy the upside and also mitigate the investment.
Debt financing can be in the form of installment loans, revolving loans, working capital loan, and other facilities offered by banks and financial institutions.
These loans can be secured or unsecured.
Additional funds allow companies to invest in the resources they need in order to grow.