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Restructuring refers to the activities required to rescue a company that is experiencing financial difficulties in order to restore its ability to trade as a going concern.
Restructuring specialists are often experienced qualified accountants (and certified insolvency practitioners) who are called in by a board of directors who have failed to turn a company around without external support.
Restructuring specialists are qualified financial professionals. To be a licensed insolvency practitioner you must also pass the exams administered by the Joint Insolvency Examinations Board (JIEB).
In financial markets, debt restructuring refers to the process of a financially distressed organisation renegotiating and reducing its debts in order to provide the capital and conditions required to continue trading. Debt restructuring can be achieved in a number of ways, including refinancing and debt for equity swaps.