Restructuring a company sometimes implies the selling of assets within a short timeframe. This has led to an increasing overlap of the terms “divestment of assets” and “liquidation of assets”.
At Carmine, we have noted that assets that are ill-fitted to or under-valued in their environment are often likely to generate value when re-located in a context better suited to exploiting their commercial and technological potential.
This approach implies, upstream of the divestment process, an advanced engineering task, calling on varied skills and specific methods. These resources are the pillars on which Carmine Capital is built, and which differentiate Carmine.