Bankruptcy / Restructuring

Category: Bankruptcy / Restructuring

Restructuring Expense

See Also: How to Estimate Expenses for an Annual Budget Administration Expenses Restructuring Expense Definition Restructuring expense is defined as the cost a company incurs during corporate restructuring. They are considered nonrecurring operating expenses and, if a company is undergoing restructuring, they show up as a line item on the income statement. Restructuring Charges Meaning

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Debt Restructuring

See Also: How to Keep Your Corporate Veil Closed Corporate Veil Bankruptcy Information Debtor in Possession Insolvency Mezzanine Debt Financing (Mezzanine Loans) Relationship With Your Lender Reorganization Debt Restructuring A company can fall into financial trouble for many different reasons. Often, the gut reaction of management is to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In our

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5 Signs It’s Time to Restructure Your Company 

Over the course of my 30+ years of financial experience, I’ve had a number of restructuring transactions. What I have found is that many companies do not know when it’s time to restructure their company. Instead, they wait until it’s too late and it becomes a liquidation event.  Restructuring can mean different things, there are restructuring

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Mistakes in Troubled Times

There’s never a good time to make a mistake. However, errors during times of distress can be especially crippling. As we enter month 17 of the oil crisis, even minor missteps can have devastating consequences. To help you stay vigilant, we’ve detailed some common mistakes in troubled times that organizations make and how to avoid them. Mistakes in Troubled Times Changing

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Doing More With Less – Improving Productivity

Whether in response to low oil prices or simply in an effort to run leaner, companies across the globe are cutting jobs.  Last week, Chevron announced that it plans to lay off roughly 10% of its workforce, roughly 6000 to 7000 workers, in 2016 to deal with the plunge in crude prices.  Deutsche Bank recently

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Z Score Model

See Also: Financial Distress Costs Insolvency Bankruptcy Code What is Inflation? Recession Definition Altman Z Score Model Definition The Altman Z Score model, defined as a financial model to predict the likelihood of bankruptcy in a company, was created by Edward I. Altman. Altman was a professor at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business

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Signs Of A Company In Trouble

See Also: Value Drivers: Building Reliable Value Chain Cash Flow Statement Working Capital Free Cash Flow Management Definition Signs of a Company in Trouble Usually, a troubled company has warning signs which are consistent across industries. When considering an acquisition of, investment in, or employment with a company it is best for your peace of

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Recession Definition

See Also: Economic Indicators Stagflation What are the ‘Twin Deficits’? Supply and Demand Elasticity London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor) Controversy Recession Definition A recession definition is a period of slowed economic activity. The term describes a contracting economy. It is typically defined as two consecutive quarters of declining gross domestic product. Characterize a recession by

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Reorganization Definition

See Also: Debtor in Possession Financial Distress Costs Insolvency Reorganization Definition Reorganization is when a bankrupt company restructures its debt obligations without going out of business. During reorganization, the debtor retains ownership of its assets and continues business operations. The debtor then renegotiates the terms of its debt obligations to creditors. If a company is

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Insolvency Definition

See Also: Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Costs Bankruptcy Information Fixed Charge Coverage Ratio Analysis Insolvency Definition Insolvency is the inability to pay debts when they are due. It also occurs when a company’s liabilities exceed the value of its assets, if you cannot readily cover these the assets into cash to repay debts.

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Bankruptcy Information

See Also: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Code Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Costs Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Courts – Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Information Bankruptcy is the legal condition of being unable to repay debts. It can apply to individuals or organizations. There are two types of bankruptcy: voluntary and involuntary. Voluntary bankruptcy occurs when the debtor,

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