Corporate Restructuring

Corporate Restructuring is a case-study course that draws from the finance curriculum of leading graduate business schools in the U.S. and Asia.  The course is taught using MBA-level cases and notes supplemented by short consolidating lectures.  The learning is interactive and requires analysis and decision making by participants, who will develop a sophisticated understanding of a wide variety of issues that face senior managers related to corporate restructuring.

Cases are a mix of international settings and industries with global applicability. Corporate restructuring goes to the heart of maximizing value for corporate stakeholders, whether they are creditors, employees, and tax authorities in a distressed situation or shareholders in a self-initiated restructuring.  Corporate Restructuring covers examples of these and other restructuring scenarios to give participants a detailed and sophisticated understanding of the key issues and considerations in the corporate restructuring process. Case selection may be tailored for client in-house seminars.

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Links to course summaries

Capital Markets
Competition and Strategy
Corporate Financial Management
Corporate Restructuring
Ethical Leadership in Business
Finance for non-Financial Managers
Insider Trading
Managing Innovation
Mergers and Acquisitions
Practical Applied Statistics
Valuation Methods