Corporate Review & Restructuring: McDowell Purcell offers ‘diplomatic’ restructuring service

Many companies have enjoyed an increase in turnover over the past eight months, but a high proportion of them require guidance on how best to manage historic debt, according to Mark Woodcock, partner and head of the insolvency department at corporate

22nd February, 2015
Corporate Review & Restructuring: McDowell Purcell offers ‘diplomatic’ restructuring service
Mark Woodcock, partner and head of the insolvency department at corporate law firm McDowell Purcell

“The formal process in restructuring is more likely to involve the examinership process. We have a depth of experience in acting for company directors applying for court protection, for our banking clients who are affected by the process, and for examiners appointed by the court,” he said.

“This work requires a high level of technical expertise across a number of practice areas. These include company law and court practice and procedure by the...

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