Minimise risks by choosing the right corporate structures.
During corporate crises, it is especially important to keep matters relating to company law in mind, for example to avoid drastic action being taken against the shareholders or to minimise their liability risks. Company law is also an important tool when it comes to ensuring businesses have the right corporate structure. In addition to having implications for the scope of liability, a company’s corporate structure can also affect its tax burden. Company law provides various opportunities for reorganisation and has always been at the forefront of our work throughout our many years of experience as insolvency practitioners, CROs and consultants. Our clients include a wide range of companies, from medium-sized family-run businesses to public limited companies listed on the stock exchange and strategic investors. As proactive company reorganisation specialists, we also sit on committees, such as advisory boards and steering committees, wherever possible and necessary.
What you need to know about company law
- A company’s corporate structure has a direct impact on the rights and obligations of its bodies and shareholders
- International corporate groups have particularly complex organisational structures