Changes in capital and assets
Our Law Firm specialises in the provision of legal advice on processes involving changes in capital and assets as well as reorganisation of capital groups, resulting from any ongoing or completed transactions, company mergers, divisions or transformations.
We develop legal solutions tailored to individual needs so that the company assets and capital could allow the achievement of agreed business and commercial goals. They are developed by us in the ever changing legal environment, during the provision of ongoing legal services for corporate bodies, upon approval of the company’s financial statements and distribution of profits or as a result of restructuring, transaction or transformation.
Assets and capital are two sides of the company's balance sheet. Our capital is our expertise and experience. Only last year, we provided advice to a client being a world top three company in logistics and forwarding on the reduction in the share capital by an amount exceeding PLN 250 million or to a leading manufacturer of sanitary ware on the process of reorganisation of capital and assets immediately after their acquisition by a European leader in sanitary technologies. On the other hand, we used our expertise and experience to assist also many small and medium-sized enterprises in adapting their capital and asset structure to the scope of their business activities and goals of their shareholders/partners.
Strategic decisions often entail a need to take a new risk which sometimes should not be taken within the existing legal form. We assist with developing a structure of capital groups, with issues relating to holdings and with transferring certain business activities or a company to another existing or new legal form.
While providing us with information about your assets, capitals and business goals, you can rely on our confidentiality, integrity and professionalism, as well as the effectiveness of the legal solutions presented by our specialists. Now, when you know who we are – how can we help you?