Just because a company needs restructuring -- financial or operational -- does not mean it will do so. An erosion of Stakeholder value may occur for a variety of reasons, including Management interference. This program shows you how to do things right. Corporate restructuring is defined as any fundamental change in a company's business or financial structure, designed to increase the company's value. Corporate restructuring is often divided into two parts; either 1) Financial restructuring or 2) Operational restructuring. This seminar emphasizes the practical side of corporate restructuring in today?s ever-challenging world. It focuses on the two objectives of the practical application through case studies, examples and Excel models as well as discussions of alternatives.