Phystone improve the company’s performance by eliminating certain subsidiaries or divisions which do not align with the core focus of the company. The poor performance of the division may be the result of the management making a wrong decision to start the division or the decline in the profitability of the division due to the increasing costs or changing customer needs.
We specialized in the following:
Merger and Acquisitions
Integrating the administration, operations, technology and/or products of two firms.
Changing the legal structure of a firm such as ownership structure. For example, a business unit may become its own legal entity.
A change to a firm’s capital structure such as a debt restructuring designed to allow a firm in financial distress to continue to operate.
Restructuring the administration, operations and products of an organization that is performing poorly. Often requires new leadership and a change to strategy and culture.
A strategy designed to move a firm or business unit to a new business or operational model. For example, a firm that sells software products that moves to a software services model.
Cutting administrative and operational costs in response to a downturn or anticipated downturn in revenue or margins.
Selling or closing a business unit that is unprofitable, nonstrategic or problematic in some way.
Restructuring a business unit to be its own company while retaining some ownership. A spin-off is often done to seek a high valuation for an attractive part of a business.