Trusted Advisor Solutions That Preserve Clients and Businesses
When your client’s business faces insolvency, debt elimination offers an alternative to stacking new debt or bankruptcy—which are rarely in your client’s best interest. Leveraging reorganizational tools once reserved for the largest corporations, our RISE solutions preserve business value that would otherwise be destroyed through forced liquidation or failure.
When business value is preserved, the path to a successful exit or corporate turnaround is opened, while creating maximum recoverable value for creditors at the same time. It’s a win-win and a better way.
RISE solutions offer the most rational and ethical path to a fresh start when a client faces unsupportable debt. For the trusted advisor, an Alliance with Second Wind will increase client retention and brand authority.
Leveraging reorganizational tools once reserved for the largest corporations, our RISE solutions preserve business value that would otherwise be destroyed through forced liquidation or failure.
The Ultimate Guide to Business Debt Solutions for Trusted Advisors
For clients whose businesses are in financial distress, 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 show you an alternative that can save your client. Understanding this method leverages your expertise as an advisor who knows all the options and allows you to retain clients you might otherwise lose to insolvency.
How to Help Your Client Prepare for a Successful Exit
Market conditions fluctuate, life circumstances change and business owners decide to retire. Having an exit strategy in place now is part of a comprehensive business plan for your client.
What to Know Before Advising Your Client to File Bankruptcy
The article will debunk the six most prevalent bankruptcy myths that can cost your client everything.
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