Cork Gully has been a leading name in restructuring for the last
100 years.

Built on a solid heritage we are an independent advisory firm specialising in financial 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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The Chinese economy has begun to ease off the accelerator as it begins the process of rebalancing.

Chief Restructuring Officers

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...

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The Impact of China on the UK and European Economies

Since opening up to the world following a series of economic reforms instigated under the stewardship of Deng Xiaoping in the 1970s and 80s, China has pursued a textbook policy of export led growth which has seen its economy rise from just 2.8% of global GDP in 1980 to stand at 12.2% in 2013.

Compared with before the financial crisis, activity in the transport, storage & communications sector remains subdued

Despite this, formal default numbers have fallen. However, the on-going weakness of the economy and a slowdown in the telecommunications sector could push up insolvencies in 2013.

Business and consumer lending picks up

Since the financial crisis, the outlook for the financial services sector has been very weak. Economic output in the sector has tumbled in recent years and on the latest data (for Q2 2013), stands at its lowest level since 2005. Labour market data also illustrate the decline in activity in the financial services sector.