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Managing an ESOP-Owned Company’s Capital During Economic Instability
Many of our clients are seeking to gain an understanding of how prevailing economic and market conditions impact their valuation, repurchase obligation, access to credit, financial covenants, synthetic equity plans, and overall capital structure. What immediate actions can be taken to preserve cash and stabilize your company over the next several months? Our team has put together comments on a few key capital structure discussions to help guide your thinking around cash flow planning, capital structure, and balance sheet management.
Chartwell Thoughts on COVID-19 and M&A
Amidst COVID-19, we are all trying to determine and assess the short- and long-term damage on businesses, the economy, and the capital markets. While we don’t pretend to have answers better than others, we would like to share our thoughts on the impact of the virus on M&A transactions.
Senior Traditional Private Placement Market Update - Q1 2020
Uncertainty and fear dealing with COVID-19? The private placement market provides a clear reprieve…
Pandemic and the Capital Markets
Chartwell recently successfully resolved credit default issues in two situations whereby additional liquidity and flexibility were necessary to support growth and continued solvency.
Chartwell Celebrates Women's History Month
Chartwell is proud to celebrate our female team members across the country! Since 1995, presidents have issued a series of annual proclamations designating the month of March as “Women’s History Month.” These proclamations celebrate the contributions women have made to the United States and recognize specific achievements women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields.
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