Debt Elimination for Complex Organizations
As a CEO facing distress, the stakes are high and you’re entrusted to find solutions. Navigating the complexities of fiduciary obligations to shareholders, ethical obligations to employees, or even complex chains of vendor relationships can seem insurmountable.
Debt elimination, leveraged by reorganizational fundamentals, offers an alternative to the “pay or fail” dichotomy of bankruptcy or stacking new debt. Through RISE Enterprise Solutions, complex organizations have access to the same tools once available only to the largest of corporations—regardless of industry, location or other variables.
RISE offers the most rational and ethical path to preserve the business, or even to create a successful exit in the face of unsupportable debt. Preserving value that otherwise would be lost through bankruptcy or failure returns maximum benefit to owners and creditors alike. It’s a better way.
Second Wind Consultants offers solutions previously available only to the largest of corporations to businesses of all sizes.
The Ultimate Guide To Business Debt Solutions
For businesses facing financial distress or insolvency, conventional knowledge has created what we call the “Pay or Fail Dichotomy”—taking on new debt or filing for bankruptcy.
In this guide, we’ll illustrate the advantages and pitfalls of these options, and introduce a more rational and ethical alternative that may be the lifeline your enterprise needs. This method preserves core business value and provides a win for all parties involved.
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Yes, eliminate business debt.
Find out more about the rational and ethical path to preserving the value of your business and eliminating unsupportable debt.
Here’s what will happen next:
We'll contact you for an initial fact-finding conversation to assess your situation.
Full Debt Consultation
We'll schedule a no-obligation, one-hour consultation with a RISE Debt Elimination Strategist within 24 hours.
Know Every Option
You decide the path that is in your best interest.