“Early stage restructuring” refers to business restructuring before financial assistance to a debtor by a financial institution becomes a necessity, such as the rescheduling of debts. Even at the stage before cash-flow becomes limited, a company is often concerned about its future business continuity due to reasons such as explanatory notes to financial statements regarding the assumption of a going concern, a bad credit rating or reputation from financial institutions and customers, and a deterioration of cash-flow. In such cases, early stage restructuring by means of intensive commitment of business resources to both growth and high-profitable businesses with necessary fund raising is essential. For this purpose, early withdrawal of unprofitable businesses, consolidation or liquidation of subsidiaries and the encouragement of early retirement should be conducted.
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