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Journal: Asian Journal of Technology & Management Reserach (Vol.1, No. 1)

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This paper serves the very purpose of defining the corporate restructuring as a financial strategy adopted towards the financial development and enhancement of an organization suffering from a major set back at any level of operation. Technological advancement and environmental or political ? legal changes and polices enable the companies to move in the direction routed by the changing environment of the new era. There is a lot of competition in almost all respect as the there is not only the survival of the fittest but also the wittiest. In phase of rapid industrialization, only those organization will survive which will create and able to deliver the maximum value as satisfaction to their customers. The corporate restructuring, as the financial strategy, will make an effect on the overall cost of capital or will have an effort to bring it to the lowest so that the changes with respect to various operational and functional activities of the organization will be taken care of by the organizational changes. Corporate restructuring is one of the most complex and fundamental phenomena that management experiences. Each company has two opposing objectives from which it has to choose: to diversify or to refocus on its core business. Financial restructuring involves the redeployment of corporate assets through divestures of business lines that are considered peripherals of the core business strategy. Significant changes in corporate capital structure are termed as financial restructuring.

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