The number of corporate crises has increased significantly in recent years. The companies affected must be restructured, and it has become conventional wisdom that they must do more than improve operations and realign their strategies. Companies today must also focus on reorganizing their finances, as this is a fundamental part of restructuring. In order to do so, they must master the use of corporate financing tools. This book discusses the related challenges and provides ways to overcome them. In doing so, the focus is always on increasing the company's value. The book uses case studies to show how financial restructuring can be implemented in practice, thus paving the way for successful expansion. The book is written for restructuring professionals who want a detailed overview of new developments in corporate recapitalization.