A Case Study about Corporate Revival Process: Nitto Kougyou
Noriyuki Yanagawa and
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Noriyuki Yanagawa: Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo
Ryoko Oki: Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo
No CARF-J-003, CARF J-Series from Center for Advanced Research in Finance, Faculty of Economics, The University of Tokyo
This paper explains the corporate revival process of Nitto Kougyou, a famous golf courses managing company in Japan. After the crash of bubbles in Japan, the profit condition of Nitto Kougyou dropped drastically. Goldman Sachs bought this company in 2001 and filed for court-mandated rehabilitation. This paper carefully examines the corporate revival process of this company and makes clear the important points for considering the restructuring process of Japanese firms and for solving the non-performing loans problems.
Pages: 36 pages
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