Rescue firm Opus set on keeping SMEs alive

Rescue firm Opus set on keeping SMEs alive

August 17, 2014


 

Opus Restructuring, a specialist insolvency and turnaround practice, has launched with the aim of keeping troubled SMEs afloat, rather than putting them into administration, writes Ravender Sembhy.

The boutique firm’s three-pronged approach includes avoiding insolvency where possible, fixing fees at the outset and being more transparent with stake holders about the process.

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