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Hilco Corporate Finance will identify, evaluate, select and pursue the best options for each unique situation. Our team of experts will formulate value projections, identify counter parties, prepare marketing materials, and assist with the myriad of issues and decisions you may face within your unique situation. Our team of professionals will provide proven leadership and a global reach with a track record of success for middle market companies.

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We create incremental value in the transaction process for Middle Market Companies. By taking advantage of our extensive platform of services, resident knowledge and global reach we work to identify the intrinsic value of the business asset, deliver a clear approach to maximize and monetize the value of that asset, and provide valuation services including lending, financial reporting, compliance, fairness opinions, tax, and dispute resolution.

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For 30 years Hilco Global has focused on Middle Market customers. We understand the marketplace well. Our corporate finance organization focuses on transactions between $20 and $250 million for small and middle-market companies headquartered in North America and larger companies wishing to acquire, merge or divest divisions.

We are industry agnostic. We have significant experience in retail, consumer products, manufacturing, healthcare, business and professional services, financial services, automotive, energy, technology, among others.

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ReStore Capital Report Details Impact and Strategies for Addressing Mounting Crisis,- and Innovative Solutions to Address Fragile Retailer/Supplier Relationships

Apr 17, 2020

ReStore Capital has issued a timely report regarding the severe financial burden that both consumer-mandated transformation and the current crisis have imposed on retailers and their suppliers, and how innovative solutions can be leveraged by both parties to help ensure successful outcomes in this environment.

Transformational Change and Crisis Costs Weigh Heavily on Both Sides in Stressed and Distressed Retail/Supplier Relationships, co-authored by Ben Nortman and Ian Fredericks of ReStore Capital, explores many of the challenges facing retailers and their suppliers today.  In particular, the authors discuss the impact on retailers of missing an entire selling season’s worth of revenue, yet needing the liquidity to simply keep the lights on in the short-term, as well as what that means for them and their suppliers as they look to replace unsold merchandise with new, seasonal inventory once the crisis has ended.

“When things do return to some level of normal, retail customers who wanted the ability to conduct their shopping in a seamless fashion across every channel even before this crisis, will in fact begin to demand it,” says Nortman.  “Funding the capital expenditures associated with omnichannel retail, as well as accessing the liquidity needed to update retail inventories as shoppers return to stores, may require the use of strategies and expertise that many operators are not familiar with, but would be well advised to seek out under these circumstances.”  

To obtain a copy of the report or schedule an interview with Ben Nortman or Ian Fredericks, contact Gary Epstein at GE@restore-cap.com.




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