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Introduction

Nick Cline, Robbie McLaren and Dan Treloar

Latham & Watkins LLP

Thursday 14 June 2018


‘Corporate reorganisation’ is something of an umbrella term, and it is used in many different contexts to mean a multitude of different things. At one extreme, a reorganisation may refer to ‘paper’ changes to a corporate group’s funding and capital structure that, ultimately, have little or no impact on customers, suppliers or employees of the companies concerned. At the other extreme, a full ‘operational’ reorganisation can involve fundamental changes to the way a business operates, affecting day-to-day trading arrangements with customers and suppliers, having a major impact on employees and affecting regulatory status. It is important to draw a distinction at the outset between the solvent corporate reorganisations that are the focus of this guide, and insolvent or financially distressed restructurings, the latter of which is addressed separately in Getting the Deal Through: Restructuring & Insolvency.

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