Strategies to strengthen your balance sheet
Whether for opportunistic reasons, to accelerate longer-term business strategy, to repair the damage done by 2020, or to batten down the hatches for storms yet to come, we are seeing businesses consider a range of strategies to improve the strength of their balance sheets. They include approaches such as diversification, bringing intangible assets onto the balance sheet, and debt-for-equity swaps. Each brings opportunity, but requires careful planning.
To help prepare for what lies ahead, you are invited to register your interest in joining us at an informal webinar, at which The Economist's senior Macroeconomist and two Partners advising clients in this area, will discuss the objectives, options and what we're actually seeing – both in the market at large and at the coalface. We will share views on key, practical issues to bear in mind for the road to recovery, and provide a chance to benchmark your position with those of your peers.
– John Ferguson, Director of Macroeconomics, The Economist
– Catriona Smith, Finance Partner, Addleshaw Goddard
– James Dawson, Corporate Partner, Addleshaw Goddard