Change Management and Insolvency Services
For whatever reason, businesses sometimes find themselves struggling, often through no fault of their own. It's at times like these you need strong guidance and expertise.
At Taurus we believe in helping companies through issues by providing the best possible advice and resource to keep the business operating.
When financial problems hit the focus usually turns to short term cash flow and away from long term decisions.
This is where Taurus can help owners and managers:
- As an external support who can provide strategies to turn a business around, so it's a viable long term investment.
- Or, in some cases, prepare a business for sale or winding-up, if there's no other option.
Time and again we've seen businesses that could have been saved if the management had acted faster, before facing closure.
If you have concerns about your business's performance, please contact us today for a free no-obligation appraisal.
Our change management services include:
- Full business review to assess which parts are working and which aren't
- Recommendations on areas of the business to support long term
- Assistance with new lending or debt restructuring
- Discussions with major suppliers and creditors
- Planning and implementation of business turnarounds
- Sale of businesses and assets
- Preparation of the business for sale, and assistance with the process
Sometimes there's no other option than to maximize the value of the assets through a formal insolvency appointment.
Taurus has many years of experience in managing this often difficult process, including any creditor shortfall so that new owners are not affected by past trading.
The insolvency services we offer, include:
- Liquidations ( Court Appointed or Shareholder Appointed )
- Interim Liquidations
- Investigative reports ( for banks, funders, shareholders major creditors, etc )
- Forensic accounting
- Creditors comprise / debt arrangements ( company or personal )
- Voluntary administrations
- Advice on insolvency related matters
- PPSA issues