Work Out Solutions


Real estate, businesses, and note portfolios

  • Distress and/or bankruptcy
  • Require balance sheet restructuring
  • A clear pathway for operational turnaround
  • A complex strategic plan that strains existing resources
  • Severe underperformance due to overwhelmed leadership
  • Deficient marketing capabilities
  • Insufficient infrastructure to pursue positive event-driven scenarios within the supply chain.

Real Estate Type:

  • An entitled master plan, mixed-use, multi-family, or residential lot sub-divisions
  • Multi-Family
  • Industrial
  • Warehouses
  • Office
  • Shopping Centers
  • Self-Storage
  • Hotels
  • Golf Courses


  • Manufacturing
  • Telecom/Wireless
  • Logistics
  • Data Centers
  • Transportation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Government Contracts
  • Restaurant Supply Chains
  • Franchisors
  • Agriculture (organic, protein, crops)
  • Delivery Services
  • Equipment Rental
  • After-Market Aircraft Parts
  • Healthcare Financial/Payment services
  • Structured Settlements
  • Distribution
  • Media
  • Acquisition of a Local Bank
  • Consumer Finance

Other possibilities 

  • Municipal and state governments requiring immediate liquidity in response to disasters or pandemics
  • Sale of receivables beyond the limits of traditional A/R lenders
  • Single-Family Home rental portfolios
  • Other esoteric asset-based scenarios across a wide range of sectors.


  • Restructuring a company’s overleveraged balance sheet and exiting them from a bank loan
  • Recapitalizing and strategically supporting mature companies that lost their top client
  • Purchasing debt from lenders seeking an exit strategy
  • Providing working capital to scale a company by aligning deep into its supply chain
  • Rescue capital for companies that were healthy prior to the pandemic and now cannot cover their burn rate
  • Acquiring intellectual property
  • Working with a regional bank to restructure its loan portfolio or address other internal challenges
  • Working with borrowers that have had their loan terms re-traded and need a quick close elsewhere
  • Municipalities with special projects backed by investment-grade credit
  • Loans using television royalties as collateral via their guaranteed cash flow
  • Businesses that are growing too fast or struggling to catch up on previous challenges beyond the comfort level of their current asset-based lender