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Thank you for your interest in Executive Education at Harvard Business School. The Corporate Restructuring, Mergers, and Acquisitions program will not be offered in 2014. Additional information is not available at this time.
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This HBS Executive Education program is appropriate for executives from an array of companies and industries. Typical participants include chief executive officers, general managers, and chief financial officers of large established firms, as well as financial analysts, bankers, consultants, service providers, and others involved in corporate restructuring.
An improved economic outlook and pent-up demand are creating new opportunities for executives who want to improve their organization's position through corporate restructuring, mergers, and acquisitions. Capturing maximum value requires a thorough understanding of debt and corporate restructuring options, as well as a keen ability to identify strategic opportunities to improve competitive position. In Corporate Restructuring, Mergers, and Acquisitions, you will acquire a portfolio of proven financial management strategies for enhancing and sustaining corporate performance in a recovering economy.
What You Can Expect
Through an illuminating examination of real-life restructurings, you will learn to identify and respond to potential restructuring opportunities and obtain insights into successful strategies. You will gain a sound understanding of ways to create value by repositioning and revitalizing your firm.
Your Course of Study
Immersed in a learning experience that comprises lectures, case studies, and group discussion, you will explore a broad range of restructuring strategies including corporate bankruptcy, recapitalizations, debt restructuring, cost cutting programs, leveraged buyouts, equity spinoffs, employee layoffs/corporate downsizing, mergers, and acquisitions.
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