Restructuring Advisory

Advising companies, financial sponsors, lenders and other stakeholders in challenging situations and distressed transactions.

Our team includes more than 200 restructuring and insolvency professionals in the U.S., UK, Ireland, Canada, Hong Kong and the Cayman Islands. Our Restructuring team is uniquely positioned to advise creditors and debtors in a variety of distressed and special situations.

Duff & Phelps offers a full suite of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and transaction capabilities to ensure all possible options are explored and appropriate action is taken. In a single engagement, our clients can benefit from our restructuring, valuation, operational advisory, M&A advisory, capital raising and disputes and investigations services. Our dedicated industry specialists help identify the appropriate solution for your business and sector.

Our team has completed over $850 billion in financial restructurings, including some of the largest in- and out-of-court transactions. Duff & Phelps is the #4-ranked U.S. middle-market M&A advisor over the past five yearsand maintains active coverage of 2,000 financial sponsors globally.

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(Source: 1. Thomson Financial Securities Data (U.S. deals $50M < $150M, including deals without a disclosed value). Full years 2014 through 2018.)

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