5. Corporate restructuring

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5. Corporate restructuring
1 Overview
1.1 1. Asset restructuring
1.2 2. Equity and liability restructuring
1.3 3. Financial effect of corporate restructuring
2 1. Asset restructuring
2.1 1.1 Framework for corporate restructuring
2.1.1 Quickly adapt
2.1.2 Divestures Spin offs Split offs Equity carve out Parent sell shares of proportion of assets and maintains controll Tracking stock Liquidation Dual class A : Voting rights B: Dividend MBO/LBO/MBI Going private MBO: Managers of company bus it MBI: Managares buys another company Financed by debt Close down of subsidiary Asset distributed along creditors and equity holders Common stocks issued b parent that only tracks this division Parent shareholders receive stock in the new company in exchange for the parent shares Shares in assets created and distributed to shareholders Sale of portions of a firm Seller perspective: Focus Buyer perspective: Strategic
2.2 Rationale
2.2.1 Financial Regain financial health Redue leverage Return cash to shareholders Adding value


  • Sell assets to somebody who can use it better Tax gains Large additional investment required Harvesting past sucess MBO Reversing mistakes


  • Following failed attempt to diversify Profitability
2.2.2 Strategic Strategic Adjust to changing environment Dismantling conglomerates
2.2.3 Legal
3 2. Equity and liability restructuring
3.1 Buy back shares
3.2 Issue new debt
3.3 Refinancing
4 3. Financial effects of corporate restructuring
4.1 Balance sheet effects
4.2 Positive market reactio
4.2.1 Short term market reaction Long term market reatiocn 76 % 3-year mean return Divestment: 1-2% announcemnet date Spin offs: 3-5% on announcement date Equity carve out:2-3%
4.2.2 Rationale Cash availability Market values focused companies Remaining asset used more efficiently Overcome tax and regulatory constraint Reduce gearing and regain financial health


  • Leverage goes down --> beta goes down --> cost of capital goes down -- > price goes up. Signal


  • Divestment: Signal financial distress Spin-offs: Signal focus
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