Customer Bankruptcy Portfolio
We are market testing a sales-oriented bad debt prevention innovation and professional representation business model designed to pull lost profits, assets and customers back from the brink. Early testing has yielded an extraordinary increase in contract assumptions from secured and unsecured bankrupt customers.
Seeking high-volume, u.S.-based b2b customer bankruptcy portfolio from an executory creditor wishing to receive payment in full and retain emerging customers. Creditor will pay a nominal per-account clerical fee of $55.
If you lease, rent, finance, franchise, license, maintain & support, warehouse or provide retained professional or other ongoing services, your bankrupt customers’ credit agreements will likely be treated as executory contracts by debtors’ attorneys and court trustees.+2 Other Responses
My car just got repo because i owe 3 payments and i have a bill of unpaid rent. How can bankruptcy help me+3 Other Responses
A fur store located in baltimore city is closing its doors. We are having a retirement sale since the owner is close to 85 years old. This business has been around for 62 years. We need some people to actually run the liquidation process. The owner can't walk and neither can most members of the family.We have an inventory of about $500k at cost. We would like to begin asap but need someone to help market it,+3 Other Responses
Colombian E&p Sector
We are a prominent nyc-based expert network and an authorized zintro partner.
Our client has an immediate need to conduct a phone consultation with someone who can speak to the process of corporate restructuring and bankruptcy in colombia in the e&p sector.
In your response, please indicate what aspects you are able to discuss and what professional experience allows you to do so.
This project has a budget.+9 Other Responses
Insurer Insolvency Funds In Road Accident Cases
We are looking to understand the nature of activity of insurer insolvency funds, especially in road accident cases. We are looking for answers for the following questions:
• what are the common financial resources of such funds (government, insurance fees, liquidation of assets of insolvent insurance companies, insurance fees etc.)
• what is the portion of compensations for insurer insolvency as a percentage of all other compensations (unidentified car, uninsured driver etc.)
• how do funds calculate the needed reserves for cases of insurer insolvency, and do they keep, manage, or calculate the needed reserves in a different manner that other cases?
• reserve management: are the reserves invested in financial instruments? What is the investment policy?
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My company has been working in korea for a number of years with a korean partner. However this partner appears to be on the verge of bankruptcy, owing us a significant amount of money ($m's). I would like to find advice on the best processes to take to recover as much money as possible and what to do in the case of bankruptcy of this partner.+4 Other Responses
Terraform Power (terp)
Terraform power owns and operates renewable energy assets (solar and wind). They are currently embroiled in the bankruptcy proceedings of sunedison (a solar / wind development company, and the parent company of terraform power). We would either like to talk to someone familiar with this specific situation, who can talk to us about likely outcomes from the bankruptcy proceedings, or to someone who is familiar with yieldco structures. For reference, this is the business structure that sunedison used to form terraform power, and ultimately we’d like to talk to someone about the sustainability of this business model / structure going forward. The ideal expert would be someone who used to work for sunedison, who currently works for a renewables yieldco (there are others not just terp), who is a clean energy consultant familiar with the situation, or an investment research analyst familiar with the business structure. Please respond with your relevance to this request and a few availability windows for a 1 hour paid phone consultation.+29 Other Responses
Merchant Acquiring Liability
Seeking expert in merchant acquiring liability. Someone who was involved in risk monitoring for an acquirer bank, or independent sales organization, or a payment provider. Ideally , an expert with chargebacks when a merchant goes bankrupt.+7 Other Responses
Expert testimony on solvency of a company , adequate capitalization+9 Other Responses
Business restructuring, bankruptcy, debt restructuring+10 Other Responses
Digital Education Content Market
We are looking to speak with someone familiar with technology companies serving the education content market. We are mostly focused on market and competitive trends in the education supplement market. The two primary topics of conversation are:
1) provide an overview of edmentum (formerly plato learning, archipelago learning). What were the factors that caused edmentum’s sales decline and ultimate bankruptcy? Do any other companies in the space exposed to the same sales decline risks?
2) provide an overview of the competitive environment for digital and print reading supplement content market. What competitors are in this market in addition to cambium learning/learning a-z?
Job titles: an executive or someone in a sales function who is familiar with the market, can discuss market growth and competitive environment.
familiar with the edmentum bankruptcy – can speak to the primary causes.
Can discuss strategy of the large content publishers (pearson, mcgraw, hmh, etc) and how they compete with the digital supplement providers
can discuss competitive environment in the digital supplemental materials market, particularly for the reading space.
Companies in this space of interest:
cambium learning (voyager sopris, learning a-z)
edmentum (plato learning, archipelago learning)+24 Other Responses
Trucking company, loans from ge, daimler, bank of america and personal investors. Been in business for more than 25 years and have survived the epidemic of bankrupcies in the trucking company. Also, use a factoring company that essentially is removing all of our profit on revenue of 8 million +. We need to restructure our debt while obtaining more capital to modernize and relieve cash flow issues.+12 Other Responses