Restructuring at Nova Chemical Corporation Case Solution

Managing a diversified chemical company faces two financial decisions: whether to finance a major investment in new production facilities for division expansion and rapid environmental products whether to sell a division to grow more slowly no chemical specialties. This decision has implications for the way in which the new investment, if done, should be funded. Funding options available for the company include bank loans, issuance of convertible securities and the sale of new common shares in the public market.
by
Scott P. Mason
Source: Harvard Business School
13 pages.
Date Posted: January 11, 2008. Prod #: 208107-PDF-ENG
Restructuring Nova Chemical Corporation Case Solution

Restructuring at Nova Chemical Corporation Case Solution
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