Business Restructuring & Turnaround
Regional Commercial and Residential Waste and Recycling Service Provider: California
MCA was retained by one of the largest independent waste management companies in California. The company was in default with its lender and was running out of cash due to material losses from several non-core business investments. MCA developed and led a restructuring plan to divest of all non-core investments, implement operational efficiencies, reduce costs, improve cash flow, and structure a forbearance agreement with the bank.
Multi-Location Imaging Operation
MCA was the court appointed receiver for this provider of prenatal ultrasound screening and related testing for women, with 7 locations in the greater Phoenix area. The company shareholders were in dispute over operations and ownership. The company was under investigation by regulatory agencies on billing procedures and was running out of cash. MCA led a successful negotiation and settlement with regulatory agencies, implemented revised operating and billing procedures, closed under-performing locations, and negotiated a settlement between the shareholders resulting in the sale of the company to one shareholder.
Restructuring & Turnaround
Cheese and Cheese Product Manufacturer
MCA was the court appointed receiver for a group of companies with locations in Ohio, Nebraska, and California who provided blending, packaging, and production of real dairy and dairy substitutes. The company was over-advanced on its line of credit and out of cash. Significant vendor issues existed. MCA developed and led a restructuring plan that reduced expenses and sold each facet of the business to different buyers, resulting in full payment to the bank and payment to certain unsecured creditors.
Interim Chief Financial Officer: Texas
Faced with over $50 million in debt and cash losses, MCA successfully led the sale of non-core energy related assets and restructuring of core operations, including a feed mill, sand and gravel operation, and 3PL services in an out-of-court restructuring. Creditors were repaid and the remaining operations were properly capitalized through a refinancing.