Stapleton achieved the lender’s targeted return of capital on its loan to a foreclosed vineyard suffering from severe capital constraints.
Stapleton Group helped achieve the 100% recovery of a bank’s $33.5 million loan to a bankrupt national food wholesaler that had entered an ABC.
As Chief Restructuring Officer of an insolvent 50-year old naval shipbuilding subcontractor, Stapleton exceeded the secured lender’s recovery expectations and preserved jobs through an Article 9 sale.
Stapleton Group profitably managed a surgery center, medical office building and personnel company while crafting, mediating and implementing a settlement between there feuding surgeon-owners and lawyers.
A secured lender was on track to accept a $2 million recovery on its $14 million loan to a computer refurbishing company via a forced liquidation of the company’s assets. As financial advisor to the multi-national company with operations in the U.S. and Mexico, Stapleton Group demonstrated the benefits of a going-concern sale instead, and successfully recovered $7 million for the secured lender.
As Federal Regulatory Receiver, Stapleton Group transformed an insolvent business to cash flow positive through capital improvements, operational improvements and creditor negotiations. Stapleton helped sell the company as a going concern to salvage a return for its defrauded investors.
After determining the 5 clinics’ bank was at risk of repayment due to poor cash flow and a pending $2 million wage-and-hour class action lawsuit, Stapleton managed the business as receiver while successfully negotiating a going-concern sale of 3 clinics to their hospital-landlord, then as monitor after the business filed for bankruptcy.
Stapleton researched questionable operating procedures inflating the company’s borrowing base and resulting in an over-advance. With our findings, the bank was able to make an informed decision about its $40 million loan commitment.