Watch JE editors Talks: Corporate Restructuring tomorrow

The restructuring process responds to a business sustainability problem. What happens if nothing is done? Find out everything tomorrow at 17h.

The restructuring of a company is often associated with insolvency. Can we say that this is a stigma in Portugal? The first step towards a solution will be to admit the existence of a problem and make the parties aware that the restructuring has become inevitable and the only way available to avoid insolvency there?

In this talk we will learn how the negative effects can be minimized and how to transform the restructuring process into an opportunity to build more sustainable organizations with growth potential.

You cannot miss this JE editors Talks that has the participation of Moneris, Nova Lawyers, Morais Leitão, MG and IP&A.

Watch live tomorrow at 17 pm, through the Jornal Económico website or Facebook.


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