About Us: Law Mantra is an Online as well as Print Journal, under the chief patron of Hon. Justice N.C Sil Former Judge Kolkatta High Court, Prof.(Dr.) M.P Singh, Chancellor, Central University, Haryana, Prof.(Dr.) Faizan Mustaffa, V.C NALSAR Hyderabad, and other luminaries from the legal fraternity. Continue reading
By Rajiv Kulkarni, IGNOU.
Financial restructuring is the rearrangement of a business assets and liabilities. The process is often associated with corporate restructuring where an organization’s overall structure and its processes are reanalyzed. It helps to improve the financial stability and increases in prospects for future growth and expansion. While financial restructuring relates to changes in the capital structure of the firm, it also ensures the fundamental change in a company’s business or financial structure with the motive of increasing the company’s value to shareholders or creditors. Corporate restructuring is broadly divided into two parts: financial restructuring and operational restructuring. While financial restructuring relates to changes in the capital structure of the firm, operational restructuring relates to changes in the business model of a firm, with the aim of increasing overall shareholder value. Corporate financial restructuring not necessarily planed during crisis only but some cases, the process of restructuring takes place as a means of allocating resources to achieving growth both vertically and horizontally. Continue reading
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Business practices the world over are undergoing metamorphosis. Increasing globalization but with reducing influence of WTO, unclear risks emanating from unprecedented sources, lack of globally accepted norms for managing businesses, inherent contradictions / diversity and often resultant contradiction in cultural / religious ethos across countries are throwing serious challenges to manage businesses with classically accepted management theories & norms. Continue reading