Lender/Investor Relations is a strategic management responsibility that often integrates finance, communication, marketing and securities law compliance to enable the most effective two-way communication between a company, the financial community and other constituencies, which ultimately contributes to a company's debt and other financial instruments achieving fair valuation.
CBA has developed strong relationships and a record of performance with financial institutions. We provide both lender and borrower with an informed realty check on the issues of corporate viability and the recovery of value. Our solid credentials and established credibility with these financial institutions allows us to represent borrowers effectively while overcoming the divergent interests of all parties in coming to a satisfactory conclusion on the issues.
CBA’s principals have a long history representing clients with financial institutions, which in many instances were overleveraged situations. In judicial reorganization, Chapter 11, and non-judicial reorganization, our situational analysis is realistic and respected by our clients, the financial institutions and the creditors. This history allows CBA to come to the negotiating table with the credibility needed to best represent our client.
We are able to negotiate turnaround plans with Lenders that will work for our clients and at the same time be acceptable to financial institutions. In many cases this may involve CBA finding a new financing source for the client.
CBA is routinely called upon to identify sources of growth capital for clients.