Restructure
Restructure

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.

Who We Serve

  • Public Companies
  • Private Businesses
  • Investors
  • Financial Institutions
  • Distressed Lenders
  • Non-For-Profit
  • Professional Practices
Publications

Publications

Cork Gully produce a variety of publications and reports:

Commentary

COMMENTARY

UK growth for 2014 is expected to be 2.9%, making performance over this year the strongest since 2007. 

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...

Latest News

Manufacturing in the UK has undergone a long term structural decline over recent decades

The length and depth of the recession caused a substantial contraction in manufacturing output. It is yet to recover its 2007 peak in output. 

Exports have declined over the past year 

The latest export figures, for September, was 2.2% lower in cash terms than the equivalent 2013 value. Most of the decline has been from goods exports, with services exports holding steadier. 

Input costs have risen rapidly over the past few years 

At the same time as weakened demand both domestically and globally, input costs have risen rapidly over the past few years, driven by emerging markets’ growing economies and appetites for commodities. The principal costs are fuel, raw materials and wages.