CARP announces launch of anti-crisis program dedicated SME
Iasi, 7 October 2009 – CARP announces launch of Anti-Crisis program dedicated to Romanian SMEs, through which its business lawyers and consultants have proposed to support managers and managers of firms hit by the current economic crisis in Romania by offering a set of measures and legal solutions customized according to the structure and the business of the firm counseled.
“The conditions in which business was left to fend for how to survive the current crisis and having to face including incompetence generated chaotic legislative measures taken by the governors present, the only solution to top management of Romanian companies is finding a mix of legal solutions, accounting and tax cut on their business model with the input of professional expertise of external legal advice“, said Carp Cerasela lawyer coordinator of the CARP law firm.
“We want to help strengthen the entrepreneurial culture in Romania by offering integrated professional services to all SMEs who want to protect their businesses, whether they are start-ups or firms with tradition on the market,” added Dragos Panainte, Senior Consultant and Coordinator CARP consulting department.
In the anti-crisis program, companies will benefit initially, the result of a comprehensive legal audit which will be identified, along with top-management company, the areas with the highest risk in the conduct of current and future activity and will be proposed a mix of concrete solutions to solve situations such as cash-flow management and careful monitoring of recovery of outstanding receivables from clients, analyzing clients current portfolio and the impact of commencement of litigation or enforcement of forced due to bad trade agreements concluded, structuring and renegotiation of credit lines granted by banks, consulting and assistance in collective redundancy procedures or individual in the litigation labor cost, risk analysis insolvency opening of such proceedings by creditors and the opportunity to restructure the business by reorganizing its voluntary or judicial reorganization, etc.