If your business is looking to restructure or is planning a group reorganisation, Lupton Fawcett is here to help you. No matter the economic climate of your business, our corporate team will work with you to plan a strategic, innovative and cost effective way of reviewing your business structure and structuring it to suit you and minimise costs.
Group reorganisations often involve a range of taxation complexities that can be tricky to navigate. However, our high-experienced team is here to provide your business with advice every step of the way.
For more information or to discuss your situation with an expert, speak to our Yorkshire-based solicitors today. Call 0333 323 5292 or fill in our online contact form to get in touch with the relevant team of experts at our Leeds, Sheffield or York offices.
What is a Group Reorganisation?
Group reorganisations are usually contemplated in order to combat the changing economic environment or in anticipation of a sale. Common group reorganisations can include:
- Merging or demerging;
- Intra-group reorganisations;
- Share acquisitions; or
- Simplifying the corporate structure of a business.
Our corporate team, headed by renowned corporate solicitor Andrew Lindsay, has the specialisms you require with regard to corporate restructuring, finance and tax and dispute resolution, so you can be sure that you are receiving only legal advice that is perfectly tailored to you and your business.
At Lupton Fawcett, we have acted for a range of organisations, including financial institutions, insolvency practitioners and businesses that have implemented successful reorganisations and benefitted from the tailored structure provided. No matter what your business is, we’re confident we can help you plan and execute a smooth and efficient reorganisation.
Planning a Group Reorganisation
When planning a complex group reorganisation, there are several steps that a business must take. These include:
- Planning and discussing your ideas with stakeholders
- Consulting with accounting, legal advisors and considering tax issues
- Planning the steps that need to be taken to achieve the reorganisation
- Gaining approval from any stakeholders or partners
- Creating a business asset/transfer agreement
- Striking off or liquidate companies
Of course, some of these steps are more complicated than others and it is advised to seek legal advice at the earliest possible stage in the process.
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