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Deals Practice webcast series: Crisis, restructurings and restatements – Understand the options
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Webcast replay
Date: September 22, 2016
Time: 01:00 PM EDT

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NOTE: This is a recording. Viewing this recording does not qualify for CPE.

CPE was awarded for the live event on September 22, 2016. If you watched the live webcast and qualified for CPE, you may access your certificate once you launch the presentation by clicking the CPE button at the bottom of the screen.

Some companies will find themselves in a financially distressed situation as a result of intense competition, evolving economics, a changing technological environment, or the occurrence of an unexpected disruptive event. However, we see times of distress as an opportunity to help companies uncover the right strategic and financial alternatives needed to react quickly and make decisions that will help redirect vulnerability into strength for years to come. Understanding options to navigating an effective and efficient solution are crucial to pivoting towards a stronger future.

In this first installment of a three-part, PwC’s Deals Practice webcast series, Crisis, restructurings and restatements, we will cover approaches to evaluating opportunities during distressed scenarios, developing a plan for change and executing it in order to build value for the future with speed and confidence.

Topics to be covered include:

When the outlook for your industry is challenging, you shouldn’t wait for a time of distress to analyze your financial situation and operations.
Your company may not have obvious financial stresses that require change now, but your goal is to avoid ending up in that situation.
Given this outlook, companies in certain industries should carefully review their finances and operations to ensure they’re in the best positions: liquidity and cash management, access to capital, credit structures, agency ratings, operational efficiency
Assessing options identified
Common approaches applied: divestitures, new capitalization, chapter 11 bankruptcy filing
Obstacles to consider