Most companies enter a restructuring process due to some form of current or expected financial crisis. After the decision has been made that an organization requires restructuring, the company will typically seek to reduce debts either through a bankruptcy proceeding, ABC process, or the sale or spin-off of unprofitable business lines or assets. Once a restructuring plan has been devised to deal with the imminent financial troubles, most companies typically require an organizational or strategic restructuring plan to be put into place in order to get the company back on track and avoid future financial troubles.

Managing this type of…

James Gansman

James Gansman is a Managing Director at Rock Creek Advisors LLC.

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