528 pages. Praise for Creating Value through Corporate Restructuring
"A helpful reference guide for managers facing the complex operational and financial issues raised in today’s competitive environment. Gilson’s case studies provide a real-world context against which corporate leaders can plan their restructuring strategies."–Arthur B. Newman, Senior Managing Director, The Blackstone Group
"Stuart Gilson’s analytical case studies have demystified the battle of enterprise valuations in financial distress and buyout situations. It is a must-read for understanding the restructuring and buyout arena. I highly recommend this book."–Harvey R. Miller, Senior Partner and Chair of the Business, Finance, and Restructuring Department, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
"The economically pivotal process has never before received such a rigorous and well-rounded treatment. Gilson goes far beyond the legal framework of bankruptcy resolution to show how industry-specific factors, conflicting creditor claims, and negotiating stratagems all determine a financially strained company’s fate. Readers of Creating Value through Corporate Restructuring will gain wisdom that could otherwise be obtained only through many years of direct experience in the field."–Martin S. Fridson, Chief High-Yield Strategist, Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.
"Creating Value through Corporate Restructuring ably describes the importance and difficulty of designing, executing, and marketing restructuring strategies. The case study format offers the reader an inside look at the real world of corporate restructuring. With this book, Gilson provides a useful blueprint for tackling restructuring challenges."–Jay Alix, Founder and Principal, Jay Alix & Associates
"Stuart Gilson has created a much-needed book for practitioners and professors alike. It should be required reading for MBA and PhD students who need to understand corporate reorganization and crisis management."–Sanford Sigoloff, Chairman, President, and CEO, Sigoloff & Associates, Inc.