At Steeles Law, we have launched a new Business Consultancy and Restructuring Team, to support businesses in light of the Coronavirus outbreak, which comprises a team of legal, financial and marketing professionals who are experienced in advising companies on how to reshape and streamline a business.
With the country entering a phase in the economic cycle where businesses may become distressed, our team are able to work alongside businesses analysing the steps a company needs to take to either protect or recover their business.
The team is led by Nicholas Goodwin and is supported by Oliver Brabbins who has years of expertise in advising clients such as Campbells Soup, Premier Foods and Hovis along with many other household names on the restructuring of their business, both in the UK and overseas.
Nicholas has significant experience in working with large local and national organisations on the strategic development, restructure, rescue and recovery/refinancing of their business. Working alongside our Legal professionals, and our Marketing Director, Nicki Ramsbottom, the team provides a full audit and consultation for businesses which are unsure of how to manage their business in the uncertain months ahead.
The services the business consultancy and restructuring team offer include restructuring people and operations, cash flow and refinancing, strategic planning and both internal and external communication programmes.
This is alongside the legal support of employment advice, lease renegotiations, disposal of property, dispute resolution, corporate reorganisation and shareholder and partnership advice our teams offer.
As part of the firm’s #50actsofkindness campaign, we will be offering a free initial consultation with a member of the team via Zoom call. If you have any questions on how your business is affected by the current Coronavirus situation and would like to speak to our specialist team, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steeles Law have also set up a new LinkedIn Discussion Group where businesses can discuss the changes they face in light of the Coronavirus situation and share best practice. One of the firm’s Solicitors will also run a Q&A once a week to answer questions on a particular topic.