Deals practice series: Crisis and restructuring - Webcast replay


Webcast details

A changing economic and technological environment can put significant stress on entities and business that struggle to keep up with the changes.

As businesses continue to deal with disruptive environments, understanding one’s options are crucial to navigating effective and efficient solutions.

In our latest PwC’s Deals webcast, we discuss methodologies for distressed options, how to plan for the change, execute the strategy and pivot your organization towards a stronger future.

This webcast is the final in a series of three and focuses on the following areas: 

  • Preparation for emergence 
  • Maximizing opportunities given by Fresh Start Accounting under ASC 852 Reorganization
  • Preparing for entrance into capital markets
    • Subsequent registration of equity or debt
    • 144a Debt Raising
  • Tax Planning
    • New legal structure at emergence
    • Protecting NOLs
  • System considerations with regards to ERPs and emergence reporting
  • Common pitfalls  

Who should attend?

  • C-suite, functional leaders (CFO, Chief Accounting Officer, Corporate Controller, CIO, VP tax, Internal Audit, Corporate Finance and Treasurer, etc.) at companies currently experiencing financial stress
  • Board of directors, audit committee members
    • Sponsors, venture capital, private equity and other owners of companies investing or considering a deal a distressed entity
    • Partners / principals / managing directors / associates at banks, law firms, private equity firms and other advisors

Webcast contact

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CPE credits

NOTE: CPE was awarded for participation in the live event on April 25, 2017. This is now a recording. Viewing this recording does not qualify for CPE.

Please note that CPE credit can only be given to individuals who remain logged into the LIVE webcast and respond to the polling questions provided during the webcast. If you are viewing this webcast in a group, everyone in the group can receive CPE Credit. Also, those who dial in via telephone are NOT eligible for CPE credit. Please note that this is a NASBA (not PwC) requirement.

Find answers here to frequently asked questions concerning CPE webcast participation.


Contact us

Beth Paul
US Strategic Thought Leader, National Professional Services Group

David Schmid
IFRS & US Standard Setting Leader, National Professional Services Group

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