Restructuring a corporate entity is often a necessity when the company has grown to the point that the original structure can no longer efficiently manage
the output and general interests of the company. For example, a corporate restructuring may call for spinning off some departments into subsidiaries as a
means of creating a more effective management model as well as taking advantage of tax breaks that would allow the corporation to divert more revenue to
the production process. In this scenario, the restructuring is seen as a positive sign of growth of the company and is often welcome by those who wish to
see the corporation gain a larger market share.
We offer following solutions relating to corporate restructuring:
Professional advice or strategies for amalgamation / merger, acquisition, takeover, reconstruction, demergers, reorganisation, restructuring, spin off and winding up of companies.
Management buy outs
Post restructuring requirements.
The firm offers comprehensive service in corporate restructuring led by commercial insolvency, insolvency related litigation, corporate debt restructuring, negotiated settlements, enforcement of security interest, securitization process, and refinancing. The team has a standing for delivering realistic and commercially focused solutions and strategies to its clients legal issues and offers wide range of services including preparation of revival schemes and has a dedicated set of professionals for the purpose.
The team has momentous know-how in, and has been rendering unparalleled advice on matters including:
I. Mergers, acquisitions and demergers
II. Reduction of Share Capital
III. Voluntary liquidation/liquidation and winding up of companies by court
IV. Procedural formalities in relation to issue of ESOP and ESOS
V. Financial Due Diligence
VI. Techno-Economic Feasibility Studies
VII. Formulation of restructuring proposal
VIII. Negotiations with creditors for settlements
IX. Identifying strategic investors
X. Rehabilitation through court process
XI. Acquisition / Sale of distressed assets
XII. Restructuring including arrangement with creditors and members
XIII. Portfolio Reviews
XV. Corporate Debt Restructuring;
XVII. Debt recovery tribunal including those under the Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002