Cork Gully has been a leading corporate advisory and investment firm for the last 100 years
Built on a solid heritage we are an independent advisory and investment firm specialising in financial and operational restructuring. We strive to provide solutions that preserve and enhance value for our clients. Our areas of expertise include Refinancing, Fund Raising, Cash Management, Debt Equity Swaps and Contingency Planning
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Falling demand for commodities in general and rising exports from China in industries such as steel are depressing prices across many markets. Jobs have already been cut in the metal industries of a number of countries.
In a period of uncertainty or significant change to a company’s structure or operations, increasing demands placed on management often require specialised restructuring operatives to plan and implement a turnaround or restructuring. The appointment of a Chief Restructuring Officer provides additional experience and flexibility, whilst allowing existing management to focus on running the business.
Our Chief Restructuring Officer (CRO) service is based on our unique blend of business skills and restructuring insight which...
Through our special situations fund we provide capital solutions for businesses that have limited access to other financing alternatives. We will invest where circumstances have created a requirement for capital such as rescue and emergency funding, restructuring, liquidity and other "event driven" special situations.
After nearly five years of relative stability the price of crude oil has fallen sharply since June 2014. Fundamentally, a combination of expanding supply and low demand placed significant downward pressure on the market and, in just seven months, a barrel of Brent crude went from $115 to below $45.
The UK oil and gas industry is centred on one of the most mature offshore basins in the world. However, North Sea oil and gas production has been in decline for over a decade and plunged between 2010 and 2013, despite a period of relatively high and stable oil prices.
Owing to the success of the North Sea since the 1970s, the UK is home to a network of businesses providing support services to the oil and gas industry. The sector is internationally recognised and many of these businesses have considerable overseas sales. As such, international exploration and production activity is an important factor in the financial performance of the support services firms based in the UK.