Discover how to determine if your business might be in difficulty or if trouble is around the corner. Explore ways to get yourself back on track and the processes involved in turning your business around.

From our full Art of Survival guide, to our more bitesized looks at financing options, restructuring regimes and the concerns directors face in these unprecedented and challenging times.

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The Art of Survival

We look at the three stages of keeping or getting your business back on track.

We Explore the critical importance of cashflow with a model to help show your true financial position.

If you do need cash we look at the various different funding options available to you, both short-term lending schemes to help businesses ‘bounce back’ from the current crisis as well as more long term funding solutions.

And we see how, if all else fails, and if a company needs to be restructured or enter the Insolvency process, there are still ways of giving your past business a future.

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Surviving with Finance

You’ve assessed your cashflow position and things are tight. But you are still in a strong position.

The business volumes are there, and the cash is still potentially coming in, but you know that there is a gap between your income and expenditure that needs filling, and you have various creditors knocking at your virtual door.

There’s a multitude of different funding options out there that could see you through, but which one suits you best and how do you choose?

Here we walk you through some of your options.

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Surviving through Restructuring

Restructuring does not mean the end of the road. If you have a business to save, there are still avenues to explore that can save it.

What it does mean, however, is having to work within a framework of a significant body of law, and to do this you will need the assistance of an Insolvency Practitioner (IP).

We will guide you through the processes and stages of the various restructuring regimes in our guide.

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Directors Concerns

If a company fails, it is the Director’s actions leading up to its failure that fall under scrutiny.

In an insolvency situation, Directors have great responsibilities, specifically to act in the best interest of their creditors. Failing to do so could lead to accusations of wrongful trading, where directors knew (or should have known) that they were trading a business that is insolvent but they failed to take action to address the issues.

We look at the main considerations for a director.

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