Allegations of fraudulent conveyance typically involve the transfer of assets by a debtor in order to protect them from creditors, often in the context of impending insolvency.
Analysis Group has provided a variety of analyses in fraudulent conveyance matters, including analysis related to issues of comparable worth and solvency, often through the work of multiple experts on one case.
We have provided expert testimony related to solvency issues, reasonableness of financial projections, industry analyses, fiduciary duty issues, capital structure, and evaluation of damages.
We managed the financial and economic analysis in a fraudulent conveyance litigation involving one of the largest bank failures in U.S. history.
When examining the solvency of companies, we evaluate assets relative to liabilities, the ability to pay debts as they come due, and the adequacy of capital. We also consider the value of business initiatives such as corporate reorganization, and credit issues such as the ability to raise capital.