Certified Public Accountants
& Business Consultants

Business Reorganization & Financial Restructuring Services

RubinBrown offers specialized accounting and financial advisory services to attorneys trustees, receivers, creditors, debtors and servicers. RubinBrown also assists distressed companies regarding reorganization, financial restructuring and bankruptcy planning.

Our professionals have diverse backgrounds in accounting, finance and economics. Members of the team hold the following designations:

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
  • Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor (CIRA)
  • Certification in Distressed Business Valuations (CDBV)
  • Certified Financial Forensics (CFF)
  • Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA)

Reorganization & Financial Restructuring

RubinBrown can help companies in turnaround and restructuring situations by assisting with:

  • Turnaround business plans
  • Historical financial analyses and related strategic planning
  • Cash management
  • Cash flow and financial projections
  • Capital and cost structure development
  • Scenario and sensitivity analyses
  • Negotiations with secured and unsecured creditors


RubinBrown’s professionals have the experience and expertise to provide debtors, creditors and trustees with a variety of bankruptcy services that include:

  • Bankruptcy planning
  • Preparation of required bankruptcy schedules and other reporting requirements
  • Chapter 11 reorganization
  • Solvency analyses
  • Performing and reviewing valuations for:
    • Solvency
    • Fresh start accounting
    • Reorganization plans
  • Analysis of potential fraudulent conveyances and preferential transfer claims
  • Assisting reorganization plans

Defending Avoidance Actions (Preference and Fraudulent Transfer Claims)

Healthy companies frequently find themselves defending clawback claims from companies to which they have extended credit and which have filed for bankruptcy. RubinBrown assists companies and their attorneys to defend such claims. Defenses for such claims include the following:

  • Solvency
  • New Value
  • Contemporaneous exchange
  • Ordinary course
  • Antecedent debt issues