Corporate restructuring, Corporate Finance

Corporate restructuring

Corporate restructuring entails any fundamental change in a company's business or financial structure, developed to raise the company's value to shareholders or creditor1. There are three types of restructuring that can takes place. They are:

? Portfolio restructuring: making additions to or disposals from companies' businesses For example- by acquisitions or spin-offs. 

? Financial restructuring: changing the capital structure For example- by leveraged buy-outs. 

? Organizational restructuring, For example - shifting from a functional to a business-unit design.

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