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Restructuring trends 2020 – a global view

In this, the third edition of PwC’s Restructuring trends: A global view, we explore the business challenges and public policy responses that are shaping market activity in 37 economies worldwide.

The report draws on the expert local insights of our restructuring advisers and insolvency practitioners, who outline how governments and businesses have responded to the economic upheaval, how they expect the next 12 months to play out and the priorities for restructuring ahead.

In the face of continued uncertainty, the analysis in our report underlines the vital importance of proactive and decisive action by corporates and restructuring practitioners.

Getting on the front foot will not only stabilise businesses in the short-term, but also help them gear up for longer term shifts in technology, customer expectations and international trading arrangements. Conversely, waiting until the lifeline of government support is withdrawn could significantly reduce the options available and increase business vulnerability. Please download the full report to find out more.

How we can help

Whether you’re a corporate, creditor, sponsor or other stakeholder with a financial interest in a company, we can help you to protect and enhance value now and prepare for the changes ahead.

Our global and local expertise not only includes restructuring and insolvency, but also in-depth knowledge of the trends reshaping different sectors. We’re also marked out by our ability to offer a full range of support in key areas such as strategy, tax, pensions and operational efficiency.

Our approach is built around proactive action to help maximise options and open up a clear path to recovery. We create a joined-up response, both in our package of support and in helping stakeholders such as management and creditors to develop collaborative solutions.

Contact us

Heather  Swanston

Heather Swanston

Partner, Global BRS Leader, PwC Japan

Tel: +44 (0)7711 776111