A Chief Restructuring Officer provides stability and leadership to companies in trouble, creating value and a return to normality for distressed and underperforming businesses.

When a business descends into financial or operational turmoil and the CEO needs to focus on day-to-day operations, the Chief Restructuring Officer (CRO) can be a valuable asset, helping to stabilise the situation and coordinate restructuring efforts without adversely impacting daily operations.

Battersea-park knows the intensity of focus and dedication needed to rescue foundering businesses, and we use a tried-and-tested structured approach to turnaround situations.

As a CRO, Battersea-park focuses on nine specialised areas of activity designed to support a distressed business in its return to normality.

1

Produce a 90-day cash flow stress test

2

Implement programme design & governance

3

Mobilise internal restructuring team and programme office

4

In-depth data-driven financial, operational and organisiation review

5

Produce a quick-win plan (bottom line impact within 30 days)

6

Reframe strategy

7

Develop Target Operating Model & Management System

8

Create viable business case

9

Implement restructuring plan and delivery of business case

A CRO works as an experienced partner for business leaders and stakeholders during critical or crisis situations. Whether a balance sheet repair is needed, an operational turnaround or the implementation of rigour and pace into a transformation programme, Battersea-park provides independent, senior professionals with relevant experience, credibility, and the expertise to serve on boards. Contact Us.