When a business wishes to refinance or reorganise its legal ownership or operations, there is an important role for a corporate lawyer to play in ensuring compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
There are several reasons you may wish to restructure your business. The reasons for restructuring are:
- Expanding the business model
- Refinancing demands and share buybacks
- Consolidating balance sheet
- Tax planning and exit strategies
- Implementing employee share schemes
- A management buy-out or buy-in
Our specialist solicitors can guide you through the process with tailored advice which can help you achieve your aims.
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This is simply an internal re-organisation of the business and/or corporate structure. Some forms of restructuring include:
- Reduction or division of share capital of a company;
- Re-arrangement of companies within a group of companies;
- De-merger of a business.
You may wish to restructure on the basis your business has grown, and you have taken the step to incorporate from being a sole practitioner or a partnership. However, the main reason a company restructures is due to financial difficulties. Restructuring can help avoid insolvency, and ultimately administration or liquidation, and help keep your business running.
It can be overwhelming if you are facing debts and demands are arriving on a daily basis. We can take the stress out of it by speaking to creditors on your behalf, identifying risks and negotiating potential agreements.
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