Crisis Management

Crisis management is a special type of activity aimed at forecasting and preventing the company's crisis state, developing and implementing a strategy to contain crisis situations, and in the conditions of the crisis – neutralizing or minimizing its consequences.

The need to use the help of external experts may arise both at the stage when the company has the first signs of a financial crisis, and in the framework of bankruptcy proceedings, when problems in the company are obvious and can lead to its liquidation.

The experts of Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" have extensive experience in successfully optimizing business processes in solvent companies, as well as supporting rehabilitation procedures in bankruptcy cases.

Due to strict legal restrictions on the maximum duration of rehabilitation procedures in bankruptcy cases, large enterprises in some cases do not have time to implement all the measures necessary to overcome the crisis and fully repay creditors' claims. In such cases, we will help to develop a settlement agreement on terms that are favorable for both the debtor and creditors, and continue rehabilitation measures as part of its implementation.

The experts of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" have extensive experience in implementing projects on crisis management of companies of any scale engaged in economic activities in various sectors of the economy. With the assistance of our employees, many enterprises have fully repaid their debts to creditors and resumed full-fledged business activities.

As part of the crisis management, we analyze the company's financial and economic activities, identify the time and causes of the crisis, develop a plan of anti-crisis measures and their implementation strategy based on this analysis, as well as ensure the implementation of appropriate measures.

Measures that can be implemented to overcome the crisis:

  • comprehensive development and implementation of the crisis management program;
  • reducing the cost level;
  • reorganization;
  • negotiations with creditors for debt restructuring;
  • crisis personnel management measures;
  • attracting external investment by issuing additional shares, raising borrowed funds, including by placing bonds;
  • re-profiling of production, closing unprofitable production facilities;
  • collection of receivables;
  • sale of debtor's property;
  • replacement of assets, etc.