We have successfully restructured and transformed some of the largest companies and financial institutions. Below are some examples and success we achieved:
- Largest Global Independent Refinery Operator
- GATE Alternative Energy
A large petrochemical conglomerate with a turnover in excess of 20bn USD (500m USD EBITDA). The engagement required a radical change of market focus, the break up of the group, alongside the repositioning of various parts and the wind down of their non-core entities. The total value created was 20% of initial base value (100% to 120% after restructuring).
- Pharma distribution
- Pharma track & production
We lead the acquisition and turnaround of a large pharma business.
This included the split in monolines and disposal od monolines at a 50% profit of purchase costs.
Serbian Corporate Restructuring
Serbia has two complementary legislative tools that facilitate corporate restructuring by balancing the competing needs of struggling debtors, unpaid employees, impatient or exasperated creditors and the tax authorities. Both procedures generally allow debtor management to stay in place (potentially with little oversight nor historical reckoning) and can be taken in sequence, if necessary.
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Podcast with Dr Lukas Fecker
According to a recent Euromoney article, Changes in legislation in some South Eastern European countries, combined with improving fundamentals, have sparked a brisk trade in bad-debt portfolios as well as facilitating internal work-outs.
NPLs in the Ukraine
Innovation Brain Director of Financial Services and CRO Steven Franck attended and spoke at the EBRD conference last month. The event aimed to take stock of the results achieved so far and also see ways to improve the NPL resolution in the Ukraine. Amongst other things, they discussed the impact of the LFR in resolving NPLs in Ukraine, and the critical linkages between restructuring, effective insolvency systems and proper tax incentives to support a robust NPL resolution regime.
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WJ Global Forum, Bucharest: Interview with Lukas Fecker of Innovation Brain
GRR sat down with one of the most prominent outside participants in Romania’s non-performing loan market, Lukas Fecker. He discussed why the country is a safer investment bet than other eastern European states – and why reviving companies is a whole new sector that’s here to stay.
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