Practical experience solving business challenges
Periods of business underperformance create uncertainty for everyone involved, from directors and shareholders to employees, clients and creditors. Decisive action, based on experience, technical expertise and commercial understanding, can offer a way forward.
That’s where we come in.
At FRP, we don’t believe in adding complexity to our clients’ lives. While we can’t make corporate restructuring a simple process, we can make sense of complex situations and provide constructive solutions and sustainable long-term plans.
Running a business is never going to be plain sailing all of the time. It is how you react to the difficult periods that really matters. We can make sure you respond in the best way for you, your business and your stakeholders.
We know what it’s like to own and manage a business, so we work hard to do the best we can for our clients.Raj Mittal Restructuring Advisory
Review. Adapt. Evolve.
Review. Adapt. Evolve. is a bespoke solution designed specifically to help business leaders take action and prepare for the future. Our team of specialist advisers will be with you every step of the way, providing integrated and tailored guidance that empowers your business to prosper in the new economy.
Explore how we can help you navigate the changing economic environment and overcome the unparalleled obstacles presented by the pandemic. Now is the time to review, adapt and evolve.
Getting in touch
Special situations M&A
When the unexpected happens during the purchase or sale of a business, we draw on our wide range of services to provide practical, tailored solutions.
Debt amendments and extensions
We help businesses get the certainty they need to trade with confidence. Find out how our experts work to secure amendments to debt facilities.
At FRP, we aim to make the process of restructuring debt as straightforward as possible, no matter how complex the situation.
Insolvent pension scheme restructuring options
Our advisers can help clients decide what to do when a business is potentially insolvent and can no longer sustain its pension scheme.