NK5 launches Ker, an advisory line for SMEs affected by Covid that provides technology in its analysis process.
NK5 launches Ker: the firm which aims to cover advisory needs for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in financial weakness situations, providing technology and quality to the analysis.
NK5, an investment firm offering restructuring and turnaround services, manages and invests in companies that are experiencing situations of operational or financial instability, has launched Ker, Its aim is to assist small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) in situations of financial weakness or risk of default within refinancing and restructuring processes. Ker was born as a result of the uncertainty brought due to the Covid crisis, with has a profound impact on business. The situation led to an increase in indebtedness and the financing needs of companies. This situation is aggravated nowadays due to the end of the deferral period for ICO loans and the current economic environment. These companies need quick, reliable and lasting solutions that allow the continuity and sustainability of their businesses.
Through Ker, NK5 aims to provide high quality service to these small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) -until now restricted to larger companies- as it combines a core experienced management team from the banking world corporate, The European Commission’s Enterprise and Risk Strategy, with technology and centralized analysis processes, is extremely agile, rapid and homogeneous. This project will be led by Manuel Roca de Togores -founding partner of NK5- as President and Rafael Ybarra Morenés as General Manager.