Restructure
Restructure

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

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 

The economy is set to grow by 0.8% this year, the lowest rate since 2009. The economy is however set to speed up only marginally in 2018 and 2019 with growth of 1.1% and 1.8% respectively.

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...

Dial-a-Cab Credit Union Limited and Harp Credit Union Limited (Both in Administration) (“the Credit Unions”)

Dial-a-Cab Credit Union Limited and Harp Credit Union Limited (Both in Administration) (“the Credit Unions”)

Dial-a-Cab Credit Union Limited and Harp Credit Union Limited have gone into Administration and have both now permanently closed. Stephen Cork and Joanne Milner were subsequently appointed Joint Administrators of the Credit Unions on 4 September 2018.

Crude oil falls below $45 per barrel

DIAMONDCORP PLC

DiamondCorp was incorporated on 22 March 2005 and primarily focused on the re-development of the Lace Diamond Mine located near Kroonstad, South Africa, which was first mined between 1901 and 1931. Redevelopment was to mine to access the kimberlite pipe known to extend to depths below 850m with a view to restarting diamond production from this pipe in early 2016.

North Sea oil and gas production in decline

Glyncastle Mining and Resource

Glyncastle Plc offers for sale all the shares held in Glyncastle Mining Limited t/a Black Diamond. Glyncastle Mining and its subsidiaries will be sold without debt. The opportunity is to fund the outright purchase or buy as part of a syndicate with the investment managed by Cork Gully LLP and/or another.