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Over the past few weeks and months, more and more people have been asking for our views on so called Zombie companies. We first commented on these in our initial 2011 survey, followed by a second survey in 2012. I was asked again for my views on Radio 4's Today Programme. This coincides with increasing requests from political and policy leaders for our views on the subject.Date: January 2013
From the financial crisis to natural disasters, management teams are making decisions against a backdrop of volatility and uncertainty. In a look at the current major global factors affecting restructuring, KPMG in the UK’s Jonathan Coltman argues in the latest edition of Restore magazine that businesses should take steps to enhance their ability to cope with the unexpected. He suggests it may be ‘time to move on’ from lean business models and bring value protection to the fore.Date: October 2011 | Filetype: PDF (1.12 MB)
‘Zombie’ companies – businesses with low or no profitability and who are unable to generate sufficient cash flow to repay borrowings – are an increasing problem, according to KPMG Restructuring’s latest research. The research, which surveyed around 400 ‘work out’ bankers’, also shows that finding an acceptable solution to such zombie cases is taking longer than two years’ ago.Date: July 2011 | Filetype: PDF (283 KB)
As the challenging wall of refinancing continues to cause concern to businesses and financial institutions, we have produced a piece of thought leadership which considers the different circumstances and challenges across the world. It also highlights that there are clearly some common factors, namely: pressure on availability, and cost, of funding; and the increasing financing requirements – whether for refinancing, sovereigns or growth. Date: May 2011 | Filetype: PDF (860 KB)
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