|Publisher:||The In-House Lawyer|
|Publication Date:||February 01, 2011|
Corporate restructuring is the process through which the legal, proprietary, operational or other structures of a company are reorganised for better commercial results. The reasons behind a restructuring may vary from company to company. They could be financial, technical, or organisational in nature and are generally performed to reduce liabilities, improve financial performance, exploit technological expertise, better protect shareholders’ interests, or streamline management.
Author: Faizal Latheef
Faizal is renowned for his expertise in corporate and commercial law. He represents and advises clients on a wide variety of matters including Foreign Investments, Joint Ventures, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Restructuring, Distribution & Franchising, Anti-Corruption & Compliance, Cross-Border Transactions, Employment and Wills.