In recent years the continuity of many firms has been achieved by means of negotiating processes whereby liabilities can be restructured, a task which takes up a great deal of senior management’s time. Companies in a number of sectors have managed to survive – or not – thanks to their capacity to restructure and refinance debt. Consider the real estate sector. The majority of companies in this industry have undergone long and difficult processes to restructure heavy debts, the result of excessive investment, forcing them to embark on various restructuring processes at enormous cost in terms of destruction of value for both shareholders and creditors.
The Executive Guide to Corporate Restructuring is a practical guide to the process of restructuring, covering both debt and operational restructures. Written for managers and executives, it takes readers through the entire restructure process, from how a restructure works, to the different kinds of restructure and the role of management in the build-up, execution and aftermath of such an event. Featuring numerous real-world examples and taking a hands-on approach to the topic, this will be an invaluable guide for anyone in a management or senior management position looking to understand the intricacies of corporate restructuring, and their own role in navigating the company through the restructure process.