Workout, Restructuring and Bankruptcy

Sound Advice and Strategies to Move your Business Forward

Economic or unexpected challenges can adversely affect your business’s outlook. Your own good planning and management can suddenly be overturned through financial difficulties faced by a major customer or supplier. You or any party in your business chain may be compelled to seek relief through workout or bankruptcy. When such events occur, you need sound advice and strategies to help get back on course.

With over 40 years of experience, Keiter is ready to help you develop the best financial, tax, and business plans to move your company forward. Our professionals are focused on providing detailed business analysis and strategic planning options to help you and your management team reach your business objectives.

  • Financial Modeling and Forecasting
  • Liquidity Analysis and Cashflow Projections
  • Debt-Equity Analysis
  • Strategic Assessment Analysis
    • Cost Reduction
    • Cash Management/Liquidity Management
    • Revenue Enhancement Opportunities
    • Customer and Vendor Management
  • Tax Planning
  • Evaluating and Sourcing Alternative Liquidity
  • Business Valuations
  • Debt Restructuring and Refinancing
  • Corporate Finance-Negotiating, Securing and Closing Transactions to Secure Value
  • Insolvency Support
  • Bankruptcy/Financial Advising
    • Chapter 11 debtor-in-possession
    • Chapter 7 debtor
  • Preference Analysis
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Plan and Liquidating Trust Consultation
  • Financial Advising of Creditors’ Committees

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Takeaways from the 2023 Virginia Capital Conference

Preparing for Business Turnaround & Succession Planning Opportunities

Keiter Webinar-PPP Funding 2.0: What Small Businesses Need to Know

Complimentary Knowledge Sharing Seminars and Webinars

Your Opportunity Advisors

Asif Charania

Partner, Valuation & Forensic Practice Leader

Gary Wallace

Managing Partner

Scott Zickefoose

Transaction Advisory & Tax Partner

Carroll Hurst


Harold Martin, Jr.


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