Valuation in Distress
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In crisis situations gauging the economic value of a company’s assets plays a key role in deciding whether to persevere with a business or not. A company is considered to be in distress when it is unable to meet debt payments, often following failed attempts to generate the necessary cash flow by implementing operational restructuring measures.
KeywordsCash Flow Capital Structure Free Cash Flow Restructuring Process Financial Entity
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