Sometimes suppliers agree to place inventory with manufacturers on a consignment basis. Attorney Anthony Cianciotti points out the pitfalls lurking in such arrangements and provides legal avenues to protect suppliers from loss.
Companies are like people — some are more willing to listen to advice than others. As a lender to a struggling company, you have to evaluate the people involved and the situation before deciding if it needs a CRO or a restructuring consultant. A.R. Williams offers some advice to help you make the right choice.
Many challenges exist in the ABL industry today, including increased regulation and a growing number of competitors. Mike Sharkey shows how lenders can turn these challenges into opportunities for new business.
Attorney John Wirth discusses the essential qualities possessed by the best turnaround consultants. He demonstrates how these experts bring a fresh perspective to a difficult situation by taking an objective, flexible and customized approach to the turnaround efforts of a struggling business.
As the world moves toward a global economy, cross-border asset-based lending is becoming a way for small- and medium-sized businesses to work together to complete transactions. Fatos Selita discusses the advantages of crossing borders to make deals.
Ken Naglewski explains why lenders should take a holistic approach to due diligence before closing on a loan. He provides several case studies which demonstrate that scrutinizing only a borrower’s numbers may not be enough to provide an accurate picture of the borrower’s true situation.