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Introduction What is a Restructuring?

 A financial restructuring is typically required when a company can no longer repay its debts  Typically occurs when a company’s enterprise value (that is, the total value of its operating assets and non-operating assets) is less than the value of its total debt and obligations  Obligations can include bank debt, bonds, and other financial liabilities  In some situations a company may be able to meet all of its interest payments, but unable to satisfy debt maturities  If a company is unable to repay or refinance its outstanding obligations it will typically have to restructure its balance sheet CoachingAssembly. All rights reserved. Any unauthorised copying, duplication, reproduction, re-selling, distribution or other commercial use will constitute an infringement of copyright


Coaching assembly overview of restructuring  

Coaching assembly overview of restructuring