IPOs, Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate & Financial Restructuring.

Corporate & Financial Restructuring

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Corporate restructuring entails any fundamental change in a company’s business or financial structure, designed to increase the company’s value to shareholders or creditor. Corporate restructuring is often divided into two parts:  financial restructuring and operational restructuring. Financial restructuring relates to improvements in the capital structure of the firm. An example of financial restructuring would be to add debt to lower the corporation’s overall cost of capital. For otherwise viable firms under stress it may mean debt rescheduling or equity-for-debt swaps based on the strength of the firm.  If the firm is in bankruptcy, this financial restructuring is laid out in the plan of reorganization. The second meaning, operational restructuring, is the process of increasing the economic viability of the underlying business model. Examples include mergers, the sale of divisions or abandonment of product lines, or cost-cutting measures such as closing down unprofitable facilities. In most turnarounds and bankruptcy situations, both financial and operational restructuring must occur simultaneously to save the business.

Financial and Corporate Restructuring

Our specialists will help you restructure your business to maximize your business scope and increase your shareholder value. WBC will consult you on:
1. Reverse split, post reverse split market support
2. New share issuance and impact on the fair value of the common stock
3. Adding an option chain to the already existing non leveraged means of fundraisings
4. Debt Swaps
5. Debt for Equity Swaps
6. Debt for Debt Swaps
7. Offshore Banking
8. Risk and Growth Management

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