Tag: Working capital facilities

 

How companies get into financial trouble

Author: Henry Shinners

Categories: Cash flow, Consequences of Failure, Restructuring & Recovery
Tags: Working capital facilities
Henry Shinners, Partner – Restructuring & Recovery Services, Smith & Williamson on how companies get into financial trouble Often they don’t spot it early enough and it’s often dangerous for directors to ignore some of the warning signs. They get into difficulties for many different reasons, they may be in a recession hit sector, they [...]
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