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recapitalization

[ree-kap-i-tl-uh-zey-shuh n] /riˌkæp ɪ tl əˈzeɪ ʃən/
noun
1.
a revision of a corporation's capital structure by an exchange of securities.
Origin
1925-1930
1925-30; re- + capitalization
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  • The concern said it was reviewing alternatives to the bid such as a sale, leveraged buyout or recapitalization of the company.
  • He did not say how the recapitalization would be accomplished.
  • And the recapitalization through bank profits via trading never held any water.
  • The recapitalization programs, however, did not realize the problem of overbanking.
  • Government will take control in return for a substantial recapitalization after losses have meaningfully been written down.
  • Clues and eyewinks coming from the administration suggest that a primary goal won't be recapitalization.
  • The big question is where the recapitalization funds will come from.
  • As with recapitalization, the efforts so far look as if they're in the right direction but too small, so more will be needed.
  • Plus, the long-term effects of his recapitalization plan are still unknown.
  • Bugaboo of all corporation managements are plans of recapitalization.

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