Transactions & Restructuring 

Even in the current economic environment there are opportunities for growth. Now is the time for businesses with robust balance sheets and a steady and predictable cash flow to get ready for the upturn that is sure to come. To help make your company stronger, consider divesting struggling and non-core assets and take advantage of bargain prices to make acquisitions that will be a good strategic fit come the recovery.

Yoav Lavy

Transaction Services

+972 (3) 684 8558

Hillel Schuster

Head of Corporate Finance

+972 (3) 684 8546

If full-blown merger and acquisition is not for you, consider other alternatives. Joint ventures can enable companies to share capital expenditure and risk; asset swap allow for the exchange of business and assets while cost-sharing mechanisms are a creative way of sharing the costs of core services with multiple users.


These are extraordinary times and you may need to take extraordinary measures. Our consultants’ team supported by member firm professionals in both corporate finance and transaction services, our restructuring team is here to turn your business around, to help it survive in difficult circumstances and make it a winner, offer ideas, experience, independence and commitment to enable your company to be in position to take advantage of the new environment.


From underperforming businesses, to those in distress, KPMG’s restructuring professionals work alongside management, stakeholders and lenders to help make real improvements to cash flow, profit & loss and the corporate balance sheet.


We take a hands-on approach to helping you stabilize your business and identify new opportunities to make sustainable changes to your strategy, operations and finances. Brought in early, KPMG firms can:

  • Sort out your cash position, help get debt off your balance sheet and deal with financiers.
  • Identify assets that are not working as well as they might and enhance or divest them.
  • Look at people, business unit and supply chain efficiencies to help you capitalize on the really valuable parts of the company.