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Corporate Restructuring for Expansion of Business

Corporate Restructuring is a Life Cycle Approach to Shareholder Value Creation and Management

M & A is a generic term used to mean many different types of corporate restructuring exercises. The various form of Corporate restructuring can be summarized under three heads:

I. Expansion

Merger or amalgamation
Takeovers/Acquisitions

Gaining control of the utilization of corporate assets and resources. This can be done either by taking control through share holding or by purchase of the asset itself. The accounting treatment differs depending upon the method of takeover.
Joint Ventures/strategic alliances

II. Sell off

Spin Off
A Company distributes all the shares it owns in a subsidiary to its own shareholders implying creation of two separate public companies with same proportional equity ownership. Sometimes, a division is set up as a separate company.
Split offs

Split ups
Parent company has many 100% or near 100% subsidiaries. Each of them is spun off as a public limited company.
Divestitures

III. Changes in ownership

Equity carve out
parent has substantial holding in a subsidiary. It sells part of that holding to the public. “Public” does not necessarily mean shareholders of the parent company. Thus the asset item “Subsidiary Investment” in the balance-sheet of the parent company is replaced with cash. Parent company keeps control of the subsidiary but gets cash. This may be the first stage of a two-stage divestment transaction.
Privatization
Buy back of shares

Leveraged buy out
A party is interested in buying out the stake in a company but lacks financial resources. It forms a team of banks who are willing to fund the idea. The team structures the deal after discussions with the company. The deal structure involves the following steps:

The sponsor of the idea forms a shell company. The only asset is cash. The debt-equity ratio is high. It is not listed. Shell Company purchases the shares from existing shareholders of the target mostly paying for in cash. Target and shell company merge. Target is thus de-listed. The merged company is tightly managed for cash. All debts are repaid in short period of, say, 1-5 years. Sponsor takes the company public again, sells his stakes at a profit and exits.

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