2 edition of Creating value through corporate restructuring found in the catalog.
Creating value through corporate restructuring
Stuart C. Gilson
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Stuart C. Gilson.|
|LC Classifications||HD58.8 .G555 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010005951|
But having no stock price is a double-edged sword, as the case of Donald Salter Communications Inc. One would be the downsizing of Scott Paper Company under "Chainsaw" Al Dunlap, in which the company eliminated approximately a third of its workforce. The most obvious way to do this is to disclose useful information to investors and analysts that they can use to value the restructuring more accurately. Gilson"s "Corporate Restructuring" symbolizes the sea change from the old attitude to the new.
Alternative restructuring options that were considered, including issuing tracking stock, doing a leveraged buyout, or repurchasing shares, would not have solved this underlying business problem. Although it is too early to tell to whether the current level of acquisitive activity will continue or is just another wave, its composition is more varied and its nature more international than those of earlier waves. Gilson is the Steven R. Each of these cases would be terrific for class use.
And in some bankruptcy reorganization plans, creditors are issued warrants or puts that hedge against changes in the value of the other claims they receive under the plan. Corporate downsizing also presents managers with formidable challenges. During this time, the business and financial world has faced incredible challenges, and the practice of corporate restructuring has been transformed in a number of significant ways. Internal cost cutting alone would not have enabled either bank to achieve this second goal. Managing Acquisitions spans the process from acquisition decision making through integration, combining sound theoretical insight with practical advice. Gilson's notes and cases are classic and contemporary.
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Failure to do so means the restructuring may be delayed, or not happen, to the detriment of all parties. Gilson also provides a market survey of distressed investing, exploring such Creating value through corporate restructuring book as prepackaged bankruptcy, "bondmail" gaining control of a class of debt to block approval of a reorganization planexit strategies, tax issues, and disqualification of votes on a bankruptcy reorganization plan.
All rights reserved. The transaction must meet certain stringent business purpose tests to qualify as tax-exempt. In addition to the case studies, the book has chapters that describe the different techniques for restructuring companies, and summarize scholarly research on corporate restructuring.
It must also carefully manage the company's relations with the remaining workforce and the press. After all, hostile takeovers by rapacious acquirers make far more interesting stories than friendly divisional acquisitions that contribute to the patient renewal of a firm's capabilities and competitive position.
But we Creating value through corporate restructuring book money in such different ways [fee for service versus interest income] that The number of acquisitions involving Japanese companies increased from in to in With billions of dollars at stake, the negotiations were highly contentious, and an expensive legal battle was waged in several courts.
Disclosing such data might also further poison the company's relationship with its workforce. Such approaches are not widespread, however. Are there tell-tale signs?
Consider the following comments from firms that were less experienced in acquisitions: The chairman and president brought the top 10 people from both finns together and told us that we had a lot of potential if we could merge product lines and use each other's systems.
When it filed for bankruptcy protection in Thailand, Alphatec Electronics Pcl had over 1, different secured and unsecured creditors, located in dozens of countries. They fueled many of the most lively and engaging discussions we enjoyed all term. Corporate Turnaround - Discusses how to turnaround companies nearing, but not in, bankruptcy Accounting for Restructuring: Advanced Accounting by Hoyle, Schaefer, Doupnik - Excellent coverage of fresh start accounting and NOL preservation.
Claiming imminent bankruptcy, the company proposed cutting retirees' benefits by over half. Engaging and informative, they offer an inside look at how a corporate restructuring actually gets done, and how restructuring could financially impact a company and those associated with it.
Structural arbitrage is only briefly discussed. Gilson is the Steven R. Emphasizing learning through analysis of real-world case studies, the book is organized around three modules, each highlighting a particular area of restructuring, including the restructuring of debt and liabilities, equity and assets, and employees' claims.
Gilson The following excerpt is taken from the "Lessons of Restructuring" section of Gilson's introduction to Creating Value through Corporate Restructuring.
Taken together, they suggest there are three critical hurdles or challenges that management faces in any restructuring program: 1. Gilson's resear Disputes over how value should be allocated—and how claimholders should "share the pain"—arise in almost every restructuring.Page 1 of 61 Creating Value Through Mergers and Acquisitions.
much more to learn about the requirements for creating value through. Page 8 of 61 Creating Value Through Mergers and. Creating Value Through Corporate Restructuring: Case Studies in Bankruptcies, Buyouts, and Breakups By Stuart C. Gilson JOHN WILEY & SONS INC AprBuch.
Book Condition: Neu. xx48 mm. Neuware - An updated look at how corporate restructuring really works Creating value through corporate restructuring book Gilson is one of the leading corporate restructuring experts in the.
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[Stuart C Gilson] -- Through real-world case studies that involve some of the most prominent restructurings of the last ten years, and highlighting the increased role of hedge funds in distressed investing, you'll.This is a collection ebook case studies that illustrates real-world techniques, implementation, and strategies on corporate restructuring.
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