Effective management of a growing business cannot ignore the need for regular reviews of all commercial activities, with a particular consideration of potential future income streams. If unchecked, a structure which fails to fully reflect the nature of the business may prevent unlocking certain key advantages. Our company and commercial solicitors are highly skilled in this complex area of company reorganisations and restructuring.
In coordination with your tax and accounting specialists, we can assist you in creating the most appropriate group structure. Whether this includes the formation of new subsidiary companies, the creation of a new joint venture or SPV arrangement, the sale of a distinct activity, or even the consolidation of existing arrangements, our corporate law team based in Essex and London is well positioned to advise and effect the appropriate changes.
Alternatively, if certain divisions are failing to meet management expectations, we can advise how to limit contagion within the group by hiving out a loss making sector.
Our expertise in this area is supported by our other specialists to encompass advice on shareholder and director exits, employee rationalisation, general commercial litigation, and making the most effective use of property within a group structure.
Our company commercial solicitors can also assist you in relation to:
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