Often businesses need to restructure to deal with threats, refine operations and establish a solid foundation for future success. The process of restructuring starts with a health check of your business. This assesses any weaknesses and potential threats and develops a plan to take advantage of your strengths and opportunities.
Frank Law believes that restructuring serves many purposes. Sometimes it is out of necessity and financial distress, however, other times it is strategic. Our experienced team have worked alongside businesses at all stages, from start-ups to public companies. Likewise, we’ve helped them refine the structure of their business to build a sound foundation to grow. Frank Law’s Corporate Team is well experienced with matters of Restructuring, Turnaround and Insolvency, therefore enabling the right strategic advice to be given to clients depending on their objectives and situation.
James Frank holds an Advanced Certificate in Insolvency from the Australian Restructuring, Insolvency and Turnaround Association. He has been working with Frank Law for nine years in various roles. He pioneered the review process of the business and was instrumental in designing the future of the firm. His passion for innovation and technology, and his experience in building and scaling starts ups, has pushed Frank Law into being the progressive and relevant law firm it is today.
Ashok Yogachandra is a Senior Associate Lawyer in our Corporate Advisory, Restructuring and Litigation team. Ash has a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of corporate law, litigation and insolvency. His knowledge and experience allow him to guide his clients with confidence.
Roshan has extensive experience across several fields including banking & finance, legal & corporate and public sector advisory. He has worked in a diverse set of roles and is experienced in handling interactions with multinationals such as JPMorgan, BNP Paribas and HSBC. On weekends Roshan loves finding new foods to try and is always on the lookout for furniture to refurbish.