By Stuart C. Gilson
This can be a number of case experiences that illustrates real-world innovations, implementation, and methods on company restructuring. Over the interval 1981-1998, public businesses with mixed resources of over part one thousand billion money filed for bankruptcy eleven financial disaster. Over an analogous interval, over four hundred public businesses underwent company spin-offs, divesting companies worth greater than $250 billion. every one of those businesses, and all of those funds, have been ultimately or one other concerned about company restructuring. Gilson's circumstances reports were used greatly in government courses and are excellent instruments to consult whilst confronted with real-world company restructuring matters. Stuart C. Gilson (Boston, MA) is an affiliate Professor at Harvard collage and a commonly stated specialist on company restructuring. He has studied and released at the intricacies of either family and overseas company restructuring
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It can be easier to sell assets. , by consolidating many thousands of such claims into a single class). ~ Corporate Qovernance Changes Researchers have documented significant changes in corporate governance for financially distressed firms. 4 Creditors ZExamplesare Johns-Manville, Celotex, Owens Corning, and Armstrong WorldIndustries. 3The purpose of this section is not to provide a comprehensive review of the literature, but rather to highlight selected areas of research that may be helpful for analyzing the case studies.
Loewen’s common stock, which was simultaneously traded on the New York, Toronto, This case was prepared by Professor Stuart Gilson, assisted by Research Associate lose Carnacho. Copyright 0 2000 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. Harvard Business School case 201 -062. 25 R ~ S T R U C T U RCI ~R~~ ~ I T O R CLAIMS S’ treal stock exchanges, had ended the year at around $8 in New wn from roughly $40 at the end of 1996. onf fronted with the company’s mounting difficulties, rectors decided in October 1998 to replace Ray Loewen as after, with the appointment of John Lacey, he was also rep1 The company also took some steps to raise profitability and cash flows.
Manage- 20 RESTRUCTURING CREDITORS’ CLAIMS ment had to decide what restructuring option was best for the company. The decision was complicatedby the fact that the company was headquartered in Canada but 80 percent of its business was based in the United States. Thus if bankruptcy was chosen, it would be necessary to reconcile the different, sometimes conflicting, bankruptcy laws of the twocountries. National Convenience Stores Incorporated operated a large chain of combination convenience store-gas stations in the Southwest.
Creating value through corporate restructuring : case studies in bankruptcies, buyouts, and breakups by Stuart C. Gilson