The restructuring events database contains factsheets with data on large-scale restructuring events reported in the principal national media in each EU member state. It has been in existence since 2002.
The map displays the most recent cases. Nation-wide cases are displayed next to the country name.
Recent restructuring cases
The database is updated daily and grows at a rate of approximately 20-30 new entries a week. To date, more than 25,000 restructuring events have been recorded.
In order to be included in the database, an individual case of restructuring must involve the announced loss or creation of at least 100 jobs, or employment effects affecting at least 10% of a workforce of more than 250 people. A restructuring statistics tool is available to explore summary data from the restructuring events database by country, sector and restructuring type.
Research carried out prior to the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union on 31 January 2020, and published subsequently, may include data relating to the 28 EU Member States. Following this date, research only takes into account the 27 EU Member States (EU28 minus the UK), unless specified otherwise.25862 items found
|Announcement date||Country||Company||Restructuring type||Sector||Planned job creation||Planned job reductions min|
|11/04/2003||Spain||Telefónica||Internal restructuring||Information / communication||10,000|
|11/04/2003||Italy||Global Value||Internal restructuring||Information / communication||310|
|10/04/2003||Finland||Nokia Networks||Internal restructuring||Manufacturing||1,800|
|10/04/2003||France||Muller TP||Internal restructuring||Construction||290|
|10/04/2003||European Union||SAS||Internal restructuring||Information / communication||4,000|
|09/04/2003||Germany||Agilent Technologies||Internal restructuring||Manufacturing||120|