Whatever the nature of the need and the demand, our teams position themselves as privileged partners to accompany you in the navigation of these pivotal moments.

Our approach is based on a set of fundamental principles: an understanding of your business, specialised expertise, advanced methodologies to support decision making and negotiation processes, as well as proven experience in managing complex situations.

At every stage of our collaboration, we adapt our interventions to your specific needs, highlighting the most pressing issues while preserving the adaptability and rebound of your company.

We are committed to meeting current and future challenges with you, offering you innovative and effective solutions.

We are committed to supporting the leaders in their reorganisation strategy through missions with high added value:

Optimisation of the BFR and the Treasury: our expertise focuses on the implementation of management tools that aim to reduce working capital requirements and optimise cash management, thus ensuring a better financial health of the company.

Development of piloting and decision support tools: in close collaboration with our clients, we develop strategic piloting tools, including detailed business plans, accurate cash flow forecasts and relevant scenario modelling, enabling informed and strategic decision making.

Assistance in financial engineering operations: our involvement in financial engineering operations goes beyond simply seeking financing. We propose a holistic approach that takes into account debt restructuring, optimising capital and improving the overall financial structure of the company.

Commit to excellence

Through our personalised approach and commitment to excellence, we help our clients successfully navigate through the challenges of reorganisation. By combining our financial expertise with a deep understanding of operational issues, we aim to provide effective solutions that support the company’s growth and sustainability.

Financial Restructuring

Aurys offers you comprehensive support in all your financial restructuring operations, the aim being to determine the requirements necessary to ensure the sustainability of the business, it is essential to consolidate information and carefully examine the operational and cash flow projections. To identify business continuity requirements, we are committed to consolidating information and carefully reviewing KPIs and cash flow forecasts.

To this end, our teams are committed to identifying your restructuring needs and making the best use of available resources to respond effectively to your request.

Our methodological approach:

Operational Forecasts:
Our restructuring team looks closely at your company’s operational forecasts. The aim is to detect the major developments envisaged and the main hypotheses.

Cash flow forecast:
Taking into account the operational forecast, we analyse in detail the cash flow, exploring the different financing possibilities available on the market.

Lever Analysis:
Based on our research into operating and cash flow forecasts , our teams identify and analyse existing levers. These elements are essential to ensure the success of your financial restructuring operation.

Thanks to our rigourous approach and our extensive expertise in the field of financial restructuring, we offer you tailor made and effective solutions to address the challenges faced by your company.

Affected Party Classes:

Across the national territory, every transaction or dispute involves a variety of actors with diverse interests. These actors, known as the “affected party classes”, are essential to ensure transparent and fair management of your affairs.


Financial Restructuring:
In the context of a financial restructuring of a firm in difficulty, the classes of affected parties may include senior creditors (such as banks), secured creditors (holders of guarantees on specific assets), unsecured creditors (such as suppliers and bondholders), shareholders, as well as employees and regulators.

Commercial litigation:
In a commercial dispute, the affected classes of parties generally include complainants and defendants, as well as third parties interested or affected by the outcome of the dispute. These third parties may be competitors, customers, shareholders, or even government authorities.

The Importance of Managing Affected Party Classes:
Recognising and understanding the different classes of affected parties is essential to ensure informed and fair decision making. It also ensures that the interests of all parties involved are considered and respected, while ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations.


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