Corporate Restructuring

Corporate restructuring encompasses a broad range of activities and include acquisition and divestiture of lines of business and assets, acquiring controlling shares in other companies, alteration in capital structure through a variety of financial engineering initiatives, and also effecting internal streamlining and business process reengineering to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the firm. Corporate restructuring can thus lead to changes along one or more of the three directions, vis-à-vis, i) assets and portfolio, ii) capital structure, and iii) organization and management. Assets and portfolio structure can get significantly altered when a firm undertakes a series of acquisitions and divestitures to bring more focus to its lines of business or widen its activities to enter new fields. Capital structure can change due to corporate restructuring caused by infusion of large debt, change in equity due to either expansion of capital base or buyback of equity or composition of owners (e.g., participation of MNCs, and FIs in the equity of the firm). Organizational restructuring is also a part of the overall corporate restructuring and is designed to improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the organization through changes in structure, systems and processes, people and culture.

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