Distressed M&A and Special Situations
Duff & Phelps professionals have advised hundreds of companies, investors and other stakeholders at all stages of distressed transactions and special situations.
Duff & Phelps specializes in providing solutions to clients in the most challenging times. Composed of the most-respected restructuring professionals in the industry, our team can help you identify and investigate potential problems, and assess the various financial and operational strategies available to address them. We work directly with the company to ensure that a comprehensive restructuring solution is developed while maintaining a goal to maximize the company’s value. We have longstanding relationships with leading financial institutions and access to institutional, private equity and hedge fund investors who focus on distressed investors.
Distressed M&A Capabilities
- Out-of-court reorganizations
- Exchange offers and consent solicitations
- DIP and exit financings
- Strategic alternatives
- Expert testimony
- P&L improvement
- Working capital and cash management
- Distressed M&A
- Special situations transactions
Middle-market M&A advisory differentiated by industry expertise and superior deal execution.
Helping companies, financial sponsors, lenders, creditors and other stakeholders involved in challenging situations and distressed transactions
Transaction Advisory Services
Seamless analytical advisory through the deal continuum, from transaction origination to closing.
Financial Sponsors Group
Dedicated coverage and access to M&A deal-flow for financial sponsors.
Comprehensive Due Diligence Solution
Comprehensive diligence support primarily in the areas of tax, compliance and regulatory, operations, financial and accounting, investigations and disputes and cyber/IT risk.
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