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CS Professional Module 1 - Corporate Restructuring Valuation and Insolvency-Paper 3

Corporate Restructuring, Valuation and Insolvency Complete Video Lectures

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Corporate Restructuring, Valuation and Insolvency Complete Video Lectures consists of top quality video lectures of around 70 hours duration. This course is offered online along with one time view + 25% of total video duration. The eCourse is suitable for consumption on all kind of devices with internet connection.

Table of contents

PART A - Corporate Restructuring (50 Marks)
 
1. Introduction and Concepts
• Meaning of Corporate Restructuring
• Need, Scope and Modes of Restructuring
• Historical Background
• Emerging Trends
• Planning, Formulation and Execution of Various Corporate Restructuring Strategies - Mergers,
Acquisitions, Takeovers, Disinvestments and Strategic Alliances, Demerger and Hiving off
• Expanding Role of Professionals
 
2. Merger and Amalgamation
• Introduction
• Legal, Procedural, Economic, Accounting, Taxation and Financial Aspects of Mergers and
Amalgamations including Stamp Duty and Allied Matters
• Interest of Small Investors
• Merger Aspects under Competition Law
• Jurisdiction of Courts; Filing of Various Forms
• Amalgamation of Banking Companies and Government Companies
• Cross Border Acquisition and Merger
 
3. Corporate Demerger and Reverse Merger
• Concept of Demerger; Modes of Demerger - by Agreement, under Scheme of Arrangement
• Demerger and Voluntary Winding Up
• Legal and Procedural Aspects; Tax Aspects and Reliefs
• Reverse Mergers – Procedural Aspects and Tax Implications
 
4. Takeover
• Meaning and Concept
• Types of Takeovers; Legal Aspects – SEBI Takeover Regulations
(v)
• Disclosure and Open Offer Requirements
• Bail Out Takeovers and Takeover of Sick Units
• Takeover Defences
• Cross Border Takeovers
 
5. Funding of Merger and Takeover
• Financial Alternatives; Merits and Demerits
• Funding through various Types of Financial Instruments including Equity and Preference Shares,
Debentures, Securities with Differential Rights, Swaps, Stock Options; ECBs, Funding through
Financial Institutions and Banks
• Rehabilitation Finance
• Management Buyouts/Leveraged Buyouts
 
6. Financial Restructuring
• Reduction of Capital
• Reorganization of Share Capital
• Buy-Back of Shares – Concept and Necessity
• Procedure for Buy-Back of Shares by Listed and Unlisted Companies
 
7. Post Merger Reorganization
• Factors involved in Post Merger Reorganization
• Integration of Businesses and Operations
• Assessing Accomplishment of Post Merger Objectives; Measuring Post Merger Efficiency
 
8. Case Studies
 
 
PART B – Valuation (30 Marks)
 
9. Introduction
• Meaning, Objective & Scope of Valuation
• Principles of Valuation
• Preliminary Work relating to Valuation
• Valuation Standards and Valuation Analysis
 
10. Valuation Techniques
• Historical Earnings Valuation
• Asset Based Valuation
• Market Based Valuation
 
11. Regulatory and Taxation Aspects
• Legal & Regulatory aspects related to Valuation such as SEBI Regulations/ RBI Regulations
• Income Tax Implications
 
12. Valuations for Different Strategies
• Merger & Acquisition, Demerger, Slump Sale
• Liquidation and Corporate Insolvency
(vi)
• Internal & External Restructuring
• Valuation of Intangibles
• Valuation of Securities
 
 
PART C – Insolvency (20 Marks)
 
13. Introduction
• Concept of Insolvency, Historical Developments
• History of Bankruptcy Laws in USA, UK and India
 
14. Revival, Rehabilitation and Restructuring of Sick Companies
• Sick Companies and their Revival with Special Reference to the Law and Procedure relating to
Sick Companies
 
15. Securitization and Debt Recovery
• Overview of the Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of
Security Interest Act, 2002; Process; Participants
• Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), Asset Reconstruction Companies (ARCs), Qualified Institutional
Buyers (QIB)
• Overview of the Recovery of Debts Due to Banks and Financial Institutions Act, 1993
• Tribunal, Procedure; Compromises and Arrangements with Banks and Creditors
 
16. Winding Up
• Concept; Modes of Winding Up; Administrative Machinery for Winding Up
• Winding up Process and Procedure; Managing Stakeholders and Parties in Liquidation;
Conducting Meetings of Shareholders/Creditors; Dealing with Contracts; Managing Estate
• Outsourcing Responsibilities to Professionals/Service providers such as Valuers, Security
Agencies
• Best Practices in Performing Liquidation/Administrator Functions; Accountability and Liabilities;
Role of Liquidators and Insolvency Practitioners
• Consequences of Winding Up; Winding Up of Unregistered Companies; Dissolution
 
17. Cross Border Insolvency
• UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross Border Insolvency
• UNCITRAL Legislative Guide to Insolvency Law
• World Bank Principles for Effective Insolvency and Creditor Rights
• Asian Development Bank Principles of Corporate Rescue and Rehabilitation
• Bankruptcy under chapter 11 of US Bankruptcy Code

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