A company active in the agribusiness sector was in a severe financial crisis due to the default on a loan. The inability of the company to meet their commitments with banks and suppliers was due to large industrial investments made through short-term bank hedges together with a heavy loss of seasonal business. The Interim financial manager managed the delicate situation with the banks and suppliers and recovered the credibility that allowed the continuity of the business for two years, during which time an industrial partner was scouted. The transaction consisted of a capital increase with a share surcharge for a shareholding (equal to 20% of the share capital) which then facilitated a mortgage on the properties. The two transactions completely resolved the company's financial crisis. The Interim financial manager left the company after the complete success of the transactions.