Reckoning due for businesses reliant on capital injections

Simon Cathro, founder and managing partner of restructuring and insolvency specialist Cathro & Partners, says his general view on advice tech providers is they are often too heavily reliant on capital injections because they’re not cashflow positive.

Simon Cathro, founder and managing partner of restructuring and insolvency specialist Cathro & Partners, says his general view on advice tech providers is they are often too heavily reliant on capital injections because they’re not cashflow positive.

“What we’re seeing at the moment – and it’s not just that industry specifically but genuinely any business or industry that’s heavily reliant on capital injections – the investor appetite is they’re expecting a quicker turnaround into profitability,” Cathro tells Professional Planner.

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