MERU Video Series: Three Questions for Distressed Stakeholders
In the MERU Video Series for distressed stakeholders, Nick Campbell, Managing Partner, considers three key questions stakeholders should ask as they evaluate a new distressed situation. Watch the four-part series here.
Three Questions for Distressed Stakeholders
Stakeholders of distressed companies have a lot to consider as they look to maximizing value. Nick Campbell considers three questions stakeholders should ask as they evaluate a new distressed situation.
Question 1: Value Proposition
When a company becomes distressed, its value proposition becomes of paramount importance. Does the company have a reason to exist? Nick Campbell considers this important question.
Question 2: Financials
Stakeholders of distressed companies often become frustrated with lack of clear financial information. Nick Campbell explores this phenomenon and how it plays out with distressed companies.
Question 3: Leadership
Does your company have the right leadership? Nick Campbell explains how the company lifecycle model can inform stakeholders of distressed companies in their evaluation of company management.