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Corporate Restructuring

Corporate Restructuring

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CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING & BUSINESSsubtitle style Click to edit Master COMBINATIONS

Prathima Srirangam

2/3/13

Purpose ??  To increase the shareholder value.Corporate Restructuring  What is Corporate Restructuring? Corporate restructuring is the process of redesigning one or more aspects of a company. 2/3/13 .

Business restructuring 3.Corporate Restructuring involves the following: 1. Asset restructuring 2/3/13 . Ownership restructuring 2.

Types of Business combinations Merger Acquisition Takeover Amalgamation Consolidation 2/3/13 .

In a merger . there is complete amalgamation of the assets and liabilities as well as the shareholder’s interests and businesses of the merging company. 2/3/13 .Merger A Merger is said to occur when two or more companies combine into one company.

Types and Forms Types of Merger: Merger through absorption. Merger through consolidations. Forms of Merger: Horizontal Merger Vertical Merger Conglomerate merger 2/3/13 .

Horizontal Merger: Combination of two or more similar types of firms. Vertical Merger: Combination of two or more firms involved in different stages of Production or distribution Conglomerate Merger: Combination of firms engaged in unrelated lines of business activity. 2/3/13 .

Acquisition It is defined as an act of acquiring effective control over assets or management of a company by another company without any combination of businesses or companies. 2/3/13 .

Takeover A takeover occurs when the acquiring firm takes over the control of the target firm. Takeover VS Acquisition 2/3/13 .

2/3/13 .Holding Company Acquiring the shares of other companies more than the half of the nominal value of the equity capital of another company.

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