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We live in “challenging times” and with the uncertainty of having access to capital and/or debt over the next months, it is important for companies to review business and capital requirements, as well as potential real estate and/or creditor balance sheet contingent liability issues.

I have spoken with numerous companies, senior lenders and equity sponsors over the past months and there is a “wait and see attitude” regarding the need to access capital and/or restructure senior debt.   As this “Black Swan” crisis continues, it is hard to estimate when there will be business and capital access stabilization.  With over 40 years of experience, it is my recommendation that companies, lenders and equity should take action “now”, as compared to waiting.  As such, Gerbsman Partners is available to strategize and provide action plans for maximizing value and/or restructuring.

Fyi, Gerbsman Partners represents companies, the Board, equity and/or senior lenders of under performing/distressed IP companies with the objective of maximizing enterprise value of their assets and IP, as well as terminating/restructuring prohibitive real estate leases, senior and junior debt and creditor issues.  Gerbsman Partners also assists emerging growth companies access the capital markets and leverage their Intellectual Property in licensing opportunities.

Please see below a presentation below that I gave at Stanford University –  “Early Warning Signs” and “Maximizing Value” for under-performing/distressed venture and senior lender backed Intellectual Property companies”.  This will be for use in the Stanford Engineering and Business Schools via STVP (Stanford Technology Ventures Program) and SCPD (Stanford Center for Professional Devlopment)  through this link

Also, see Winston Baker’s Webcast on “Maximizing Enterprise Value in Challenging Times: Crisis Management and Communications Strategies”.

please view the replay here

To date, Gerbsman Partners has been involved in maximizing value in 109 Intellectual Property based companies and has terminated/restructured over $810 million of prohibitive real estate leases and creditor issues.

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Terminating/Restructuring Prohibitive Real Estate, License, Payables & Contingent Liabilities

 

Gerbsman Partners has been involved with numerous national and international equity sponsors, senior/junior lenders, investment banks and equipment lessors in the restructuring or termination of various balance sheet issues for their technology, life science, medical device, cyber security, solar, cleantech, etc. portfolio companies. 

These companies were not necessarily in crisis, but had cash (in some cases significant cash reserves) and/or investor groups that were about to provide additional funding. In order to stabilize their Go-Forward-Plan and maximize cash resources for future growth, there were specific needs to address Balance Sheet and Contingent Liability issues as soon as possible.

Some of these areas where Gerbsman Partners has assisted, these companies have been in the process of termination, restructuring and/or reduction of:

Prohibitive Executory Real Estate Leases, Computer and Hardware-related Leases and Senior/Sub-debt Obligations

 Gerbsman Partners was the “innovator” in creating strategies to terminate or restructure prohibitive real estate leases and senior and sub-debt obligations.

To date, we have terminated or restructured $810 million of such obligations for private and public companies, and which has allowed them to return to financial viability.

Accounts/Trade Payable Obligations

Companies in a crisis, turnaround or restructuring situation typically have account and trade payable obligations that become prohibitive for the viability of the company on a go-forward-basis. Gerbsman Partners has successfully negotiated mutually beneficial restructurings that allowed all parties to maximize value based on the reality or practicality of the situation.

Software and Technology-related Licenses

 As per the above, software and technology-related licenses need to be restructured/terminated in order for additional capital to be invested in restructured companies. Gerbsman Partners has a significant, successful track record in these areas.

About Gerbsman Partners

Gerbsman Partners focuses on maximizing enterprise value for stakeholders and shareholders in underperforming, undercapitalized and undervalued companies and their intellectual properties. Since 2001, Gerbsman Partners has successfully maximized the values of 109 companies in a wide and diverse spectrum of industries. In the process, GP has successfully restructured/terminated over $810 million of real estate executor contracts and equipment lease/sub-debt obligations, and has assisted in over $2.3 billion of financings, restructurings and M&A transactions.

 

Gerbsman Partners has offices and strategic alliances in Boston, New York, Washington DC, McLean VA, San Francisco, Orange County, Europe and Israel.

 

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Please join Steven Gerbman of Gerbsman Partners and Don Milddleberg for a webinar on “Maximizing Enterprise Value in Challenging Times”.  This is presented by Winston/Baker, “the leading entertainment finance conference producer in the world”.  You can register at https://www.crowdcast.io/e/crisis-management/register 

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts”.  — Winston Churchill

There has never been a more appropriate time to think of Sir Winston’s words. For our next webinar, we have invited Steven Gerbsman, a top crisis management advisor and Don Middleberg, one of the nation’s leading public relations executives to help corporate executives, business leaders, company stakeholders and investors develop and implement crisis management and communication plans. We have never seen a financial crisis where uncertainty is greater than it is now. Enterprises will take a major economic hit, but none of us know how large or when it will be, where it will hurt most, or how long it will last. That uncertainty is causing businesses to “freeze” their decision-making. “Freezing in place” will worsen financial and human outcomes and may even be fatal for some businesses. Through this webinar, our speakers will provide:

  • Executives insight on how to plan for worst case scenarios and take a closer look at contingent expenses, revenue prospects, liabilities, and lender issues.
  • Investors, board members, senior management and lenders strategies for developing a plan to maximize and monetize enterprise value for under-performing, under-capitalized and distressed companies.
  • Ways to communicate and navigate messaging across all channels.

Plans will change as new information emerges, but implementing a crisis and communications planning process immediately is vital, as it drives stakeholders to face hard realities and to take key actions early.

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS:

Steven R. Gerbsman is an internationally recognized Crisis/Turnaround CEO/Restructuring Professional, Private Investment Banker and Angel Investor who has been involved in maximizing enterprise value, stakeholder and shareholder value in a broad variety of industries. He has worked with a wide spectrum of senior and junior lenders, bondholder groups, venture capital and private equity sources, private investors and institutional groups.

Mr. Gerbsman has over 50 years of senior management, marketing, sales and finance experience and has been involved in various business and investment ventures as an office, director, consultant and investor, both in the US and internationally. He has been in the business of maximizing enterprise value for highly leveraged, under-valued, under-performing and under-capitalized technology, digital marketing, life science, medical device, cyber security, fuel cell and solar energy companies and their Intellectual Property, as well as assisting technology, digital marketing, cyber security and medical device Intellectual Property companies with access to capital markets, strategic alliances, M&A, distribution of content and licensing.

To date, Mr. Gerbsman has been involved in over $2.3 billion of restructuring, financing and M&A transactions, terminating/restructuring in excess of $810 million of real estate, sub-debt and equipment lease executory contracts and since 2001, has maximized enterprise value for over 105 companies and their Intellectual Property. In 2000, he also began focusing on Israeli and European technology and life science companies, with the objective of providing access to the US capital markets and developing strategic alliances, M&A and licensing opportunities for them.

 

Don Middleberg is regarded as one of the nation’s leading public relations executives, renowned for developing some of the most creative and powerful communications programs for such companies as American Express, Consumer Reports, Gartner, IBM, Reuters, and United Airlines.

Middleberg and Associates, founded in 1989, was named “Best PR Agency of the Year” in 1999. In 2000, the company became Euro RSCG Middleberg when it was acquired by Euro RSCG, the communications division of Havas, the world’s sixth-largest communications group.

In 2009 Don Middleberg merged his second agency, Middleberg Communications, with Laundry Service, a digital marketing agency. Within six years the firm grew from 3 employees to over 600 in 4 countries and was named to Ad Age’s 10 Best Digital Agencies. In 2016 Middleberg sold this agency to Wasserman Group. Don is currently providing marketing communications consulting for several organizations in consumer technology and B2B.

A noted author and lecturer on public relations, Don, together with Professor Steve Ross of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, co-authored the groundbreaking study, “The Media in Cyberspace.” Don is regularly called upon for commentary by numerous magazines and newspapers, and has appeared on CNBC, C/Net, CNN, and National Public Radio.

 

 

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Good morning

Based on our over 40 years of crisis management, restructuring and enterprise sale experience, we have never seen a financial crisis where uncertainty is greater than it is now.  Business leaders know that their enterprises will take a major economic hit, but they simply do not know how large or when it will be, where it will hurt most, or how long it will last. That uncertainty is causing businesses to “freeze” their decision-making.

Gerbsman Partners believes that “freezing in place” will worsen financial and human outcomes and may even be fatal for some businesses. We strongly recommend that companies review their contingent expenses, revenue prospects, liabilities, and creditor and senior lender issues and plan for the worst case.

Investors, board members, senior management and lenders must develop a crisis plans “NOW” for under-performing, under-capitalized and distressed companies. Plans will change as new information emerges, but implementing a crisis planning process immediately is vital, as it drives stakeholders to face hard realities and to take key actions early.

Gerbsman Partners and its Board of Intellectual Capital can help you develop action plans for maximizing and monetizing enterprise value, and then implement those plans.

We look forward to assisting.

Best

Steven R. Gerbsman – Principal, Gerbsman Partners

Robert R. Tillman – Member of Gerbsman Partners Board of Intellectual Capital

 

Terminating/Restructuring Prohibitive Real Estate, License, Payables & Contingent Liabilities

Gerbsman Partners has been involved with numerous national and international equity sponsors, senior/junior lenders, investment banks and equipment lessors in the restructuring or termination of various balance sheet issues for their technology, life science, medical device, cyber security, solar and cleantech portfolio companies. 

These companies were not necessarily in crisis, but had cash (in some cases significant cash reserves) and/or investor groups that were about to provide additional funding. In order to stabilize their Go-Forward-Plan and maximize cash resources for future growth, there were specific needs to address Balance Sheet and Contingent Liability issues as soon as possible.

Some of these areas where Gerbsman Partners has assisted, these companies have been in the process of termination, restructuring and/or reduction of:

 

Prohibitive Executory Real Estate Leases, Computer and Hardware-related Leases and Senior/Sub-debt Obligations

Gerbsman Partners was the “innovator” in creating strategies to terminate or restructure prohibitive real estate leases and senior and sub-debt obligations.

To date, we have terminated or restructured $810 million of such obligations for private and public companies, and which has allowed them to return to financial viability.

 

Accounts/Trade Payable Obligations

Companies in a crisis, turnaround or restructuring situation typically have account and trade payable obligations that become prohibitive for the viability of the company on a go-forward-basis. Gerbsman Partners has successfully negotiated mutually beneficial restructurings that allowed all parties to maximize value based on the reality or practicality of the situation.

 

Software and Technology-related Licenses 

As per the above, software and technology-related licenses need to be restructured/terminated in order for additional capital to be invested in restructured companies. Gerbsman Partners has a significant, successful track record in these areas.

 

About Gerbsman Partners

Gerbsman Partners focuses on maximizing enterprise value for stakeholders and shareholders in underperforming, undercapitalized and undervalued companies and their intellectual properties. Since 2001, Gerbsman Partners has successfully maximized the values of 109 companies in a wide and diverse spectrum of industries. In the process, GP has successfully restructured/terminated over $810 million of real estate executor contracts and equipment lease/sub-debt obligations, and has assisted in over $2.3 billion of financings, restructurings and M&A transactions.

Gerbsman Partners has offices and strategic alliances in Boston, New York, Washington DC, McLean VA, San Francisco, Orange County, Europe and Israel.

 

 

 

 

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Good morning

Based on our over 40 years of crisis management, restructuring and enterprise sale experience, we have never seen a financial crisis where uncertainty is greater than it is now.  Business leaders know that their enterprises will take a major economic hit, but they simply do not know how large or when it will be, where it will hurt most, or how long it will last. That uncertainty is causing businesses to “freeze” their decision-making.

Gerbsman Partners believes that “freezing in place” will worsen financial and human outcomes and may even be fatal for some businesses. We strongly recommend that companies review their contingent expenses, revenue prospects, liabilities, and creditor and senior lender issues and plan for the worst case.

Investors, board members, senior management and lenders must develop a crisis plans “NOW” for under-performing, under-capitalized and distressed companies. Plans will change as new information emerges, but implementing a crisis planning process immediately is vital, as it drives stakeholders to face hard realities and to take key actions early.

Gerbsman Partners and its Board of Intellectual Capital can help you develop action plans for maximizing and monetizing enterprise value, and then implement those plans.

We look forward to assisting.

Best

Steven R. Gerbsman – Principal, Gerbsman Partners

Robert R. Tillman – Member of Gerbsman Partners Board of Intellectual Capital

 

Terminating/Restructuring Prohibitive Real Estate, License, Payables & Contingent Liabilities

Gerbsman Partners has been involved with numerous national and international equity sponsors, senior/junior lenders, investment banks and equipment lessors in the restructuring or termination of various balance sheet issues for their technology, life science, medical device, cyber security, solar and cleantech portfolio companies. 

These companies were not necessarily in crisis, but had cash (in some cases significant cash reserves) and/or investor groups that were about to provide additional funding. In order to stabilize their Go-Forward-Plan and maximize cash resources for future growth, there were specific needs to address Balance Sheet and Contingent Liability issues as soon as possible.

Some of these areas where Gerbsman Partners has assisted, these companies have been in the process of termination, restructuring and/or reduction of:

 

Prohibitive Executory Real Estate Leases, Computer and Hardware-related Leases and Senior/Sub-debt Obligations

Gerbsman Partners was the “innovator” in creating strategies to terminate or restructure prohibitive real estate leases and senior and sub-debt obligations.

To date, we have terminated or restructured $810 million of such obligations for private and public companies, and which has allowed them to return to financial viability.

 

Accounts/Trade Payable Obligations

Companies in a crisis, turnaround or restructuring situation typically have account and trade payable obligations that become prohibitive for the viability of the company on a go-forward-basis. Gerbsman Partners has successfully negotiated mutually beneficial restructurings that allowed all parties to maximize value based on the reality or practicality of the situation.

 

Software and Technology-related Licenses 

As per the above, software and technology-related licenses need to be restructured/terminated in order for additional capital to be invested in restructured companies. Gerbsman Partners has a significant, successful track record in these areas.

 

About Gerbsman Partners

Gerbsman Partners focuses on maximizing enterprise value for stakeholders and shareholders in underperforming, undercapitalized and undervalued companies and their intellectual properties. Since 2001, Gerbsman Partners has successfully maximized the values of 109 companies in a wide and diverse spectrum of industries. In the process, GP has successfully restructured/terminated over $810 million of real estate executor contracts and equipment lease/sub-debt obligations, and has assisted in over $2.3 billion of financings, restructurings and M&A transactions.

Gerbsman Partners has offices and strategic alliances in Boston, New York, Washington DC, McLean VA, San Francisco, Orange County, Europe and Israel.

 

 

 

 

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