For businesses struggling with debt caused by the pandemic and lockdowns, and those that performed well, investment is crucial as they face pressure from shareholders and lenders. Amy Carr of Burges Salmon asks if 2021 will be the year of recapitalisations.
The enforced closure of business operations during lockdown has seen liquidity dry up, leaving countless companies needing external financing. Vicky Meek looks at how businesses should manage that most valuable of all commodities – cash.
Ian Barton, managing director of Quantuma, explains the £18m MBO of facilities management business Pareto FM
With HMRC’s preferential status in an insolvency – known as crown preference – now restored, Brian Bollen asks corporate finance experts for their view on how this will affect lending and M&A, as well as detailing what’s changing and the implications of such changes.
Alternative investors with a long-term view can beat private equity firms at their own game when it comes to management incentives. PwC’s Tim Sydor, Lisa Wootton and Emma King explain how internal markets for shares work
Lonely, locked-down homeworkers want pets, and pets want treats. Amid a surge in demand for furry friends during the pandemic, Rutland Partners sold care product company Armitage back into a hot pet market. Jason Sinclair reports.
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