Practice areas: financial restructuring — Hannah Wright (Bingham McCutchen)
During the current economic downturn, companies and government entities are increasingly finding themselves in financial difficulties, whether due to falling revenues, changing markets or having taken on too much debt that they cannot continue to service. The primary aim of financial restructuring is to allow a company to survive its financial distress by reorganising its debts, often by reaching a compromise with its creditors.
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