Restructuring in the private equity market

August 2010
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Restructuring in the Private equity market

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According to PwC, the onset of the financial crisis prompted private equity firms to switch attention from operation restructuring to debt restructuring, typically aimed at extending terms with current lenders and recapitalizing their highly leveraged portfolio companies, especially in struggling sectors.

The onset of the financial crisis in late 2008 prompted private equity firms to switch their attention from operation restructuring to debt restructuring, typically aimed at extending terms with current lenders and recapitalizing their highly leveraged portfolio companies, especially in struggling sectors.

PwC's Cyrus Pardiwala, Business Recovery Services Partner, shared insight on the rise of PE restructurings and other trends and themes with Financier Worldwide. Read the full article to learn more.

Republished with permission: Financier Worldwide, August 2010.