Recapitalization defined: Recapitalization is the restricting of a company’s debt and equity mixture in order to stabilize the corporate capital structure, diversify the debt-to-equity ratio, defend against a hostile takeover, minimize tax obligations or to implement an exit strategy for venture capitalists.
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