Fernando del Sol, President of the FS Inversiones Chile had just bought himself a headache as a New Year gift. On 31 December 2001, he acquired a Chilean power generation and transmission company called Edelnor, which was in danger of insolvency within months. del Sol had six months to restructure the company before it would be completely insolvent, and his headache was exacerbated by the fact that the process for the reorganization of the company in Chile drew usually located in t … Read more »

Fernando del Sol, President of the FS Inversiones Chile had just bought himself a headache as a New Year gift. On 31 December 2001, he acquired a Chilean power generation and transmission company called Edelnor, which was in danger of insolvency within months. del Sol had six months to restructure the company before it would be completely insolvent, and his headache was the fact that the process for the reorganization of the company in Chile usually retired to the courts, often for two exacerbated or more years. Each debtor could no matter how small, keep to the process at any time by written complaints to the court. del Sol needs if he can find some means of saving the company time to find out if the company is worth, was saved, whether it was a business strategy, which succeed if the company’s debt could be restructured and .
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Jordan Siegel
Source: Harvard Business School
12 pages.
Release Date: 20, February 2007. Prod #: 707 473 PDF-ENG
Edelnor (A) HBR case solution