Fairness opinions: Actions board members can take when the debt comes due
As companies and their boards of directors navigate economic cycles, they often face critical decisions regarding how to stay afloat, let alone thrive. In evaluating strategic alternatives related to business and organizational structure, product mix, or geographic footprint, management and its board may consider a range of financing and transaction alternatives to support the company’s growth – or survival – strategies.
In so doing, the board should consider focusing on cutting through the clutter, weighing different funding alternatives and the risks associated with them in a thoughtful and transparent fashion. The board’s recommended course should be well reasoned – one that simultaneously considers the interests of the company and its many stakeholders.
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