Business Restructuring

Business Restructuring

Corporate financial restructuring is any substantial change in a company’s financial structure, or ownership or control, or business portfolio, designed to increase the value of the firm.  If you want to increase the value of your firm, you may need to reorganize your financial assets in order to create the most financially beneficial environment for the company.


Financial difficulty can creep up on a company, only to be noticed when it’s almost too late. While running the day-to-day affairs, it’s easy to become busy to the point of overlooking small issues. Over time, these issues can add up and grow, until the company is facing a crisis they never saw coming. In such cases, finding the underlying causes can be a time-consuming and difficult process, often requiring the help of an outside company. Not addressing certain problems upfront, or simply hoping that they will fix themselves, is the best way to see a company crumble from within. On the other hand, when tough decisions need to be made, there is often a fear of making the wrong ones. 


At The Shaughnessy Group, we specialize in financial restructuring for businesses facing such situations. As an outside third party, we can properly assess a business’s needs and prescribe the proper remedy.


We have cultivated a rolodex and extensive network of cross-border banking partners and investors, who we actively stay in touch with due to their heightened interests in attractive Canadian-based private market opportunities.get our insight when considering  financing for your business.

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We are a national full-service financial and business advisory firm.  Our team members have decades of corporate finance experience across variety of industries originating, structuring closing mergers, acquisitions, debt, equity & securitizations capital raising transactions for some of the best-known public and privately held Canadian companies. We have led many corporate and commercial finance, mergers and acquisitions transactions.