Zolfo Cooper Announces Affiliation with Andersch AG to Expand Restructuring Capabilities in Europe
Wednesday, 30 November, 2016
New York, NY, November 30, 2016 - Zolfo Cooper LLC (Zolfo Cooper), the premier independent restructuring and interim management firm, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an affiliation agreement with Andersch AG (Andersch), to co-operate on cross-border restructuring engagements. Andersch is the leading independent restructuring consultancy in Germany.
Andersch has more than 70 experienced professionals, and an external partner network of industry, legal and M&A experts and interim managers, with in-depth international experience in numerous industries.
Both Zolfo Cooper and Andersch share a core skillset of hands-on restructuring expertise, providing operational and financial advice to management teams, equity sponsors and lenders, including distressed investment funds, with a particular focus on crisis stabilization, distressed debt restructurings and post-transaction transformation.
With offices in Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Hamburg, Andersch is known for providing clients with high quality, tailor-made solutions to complex performance and restructuring challenges, successfully managing turnarounds of companies in stress/distress, and maintaining close relationships with relevant stakeholder groups in special situations. Andersch is also an affiliate of Talbot Hughes McKillop (THM), Zolfo Cooper’s European affiliate based in London and operating across Europe.
In addition to Andersch and THM in Europe and the UK, Zolfo Cooper’s network of affiliates includes Zolfo Cooper Asia and Ferrier Hodgson. For companies and stakeholders facing international restructuring challenges, Zolfo Cooper offers seamless access to more than 400 restructuring experts around the world.
About Zolfo Cooper
Based in New York and Los Angeles, Zolfo Cooper and its network of global affiliates specialize in helping companies and other stakeholders solve complex financial, strategic and operational problems in restructuring situations ranging from mid-market to the largest cross-border deals.
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