corporate restructuring


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corporate restructuring

n
(Commerce) a change in the business strategy of an organization resulting in diversification, closing parts of the business, etc, to increase its long-term profitability
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9 billion) fund jointly with the private sector to facilitate corporate restructuring in the first half of next year.
Corporate restructuring traditionally is aimed at adapting to business conditions in order to enhance the competitiveness, increase the company's value and well-being of owners.
ISLAMABAD -- The Senate passed the Corporate Restructuring Companies Bill, 2016, on Thursday.
Riley appoints senior managing director to form corporate restructuring practice
The governor of the central bank of Ireland, Patrick Honohan, has said that corporate restructuring needs to be speeded up in the country.
In connection with the corporate restructuring, the company plans to change its name to WVT Communications Group and operate as a holding company.
Dragon Oil PLC (Dragon Oil) (LSE: DGO), an independent oil development and production company in the United Kingdom, has decided that it will not proceed with a proposed corporate restructuring of the company.
Unlike during the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, the current market has not seen any major defaults, which makes it difficult for the government to push forward with one time, full-fledged corporate restructuring as it did back then.
SHAMIL Bank, a leading Bahrain-based Islamic commercial and investment bank and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ithmaar Bank, has announced corporate restructuring in line with its long term strategic objectives.
then describes in turn nearly every type of corporate restructuring in use today, including hostile takeovers, leveraged buyouts, and employee stock ownership plans.
With SIAG, their German joint venture partner to assemble wind towers in the Sault, undergoing corporate restructuring, Algoma has turned in another energy-related direction with plans to recover all of their waste off-gases to generate electricity.
The head of the Luxembourg government, Jean-Claude Juncker, on his part, is questioning hostile takeovers as an instrument for corporate restructuring in the European Union altogether.
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