Financial distress requires quick action and whether it requires a formal liquidation process with a subsequent restructuring or the intervention of the business rescue provisions in terms of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008 we are able to assist. Our experienced professionals and support staff will assist you to navigate through the rough waters of a liquidation or the restructuring of the financial affairs of your business in a swift and professional manner.
Current Business rescue matters
Our professionals include admitted attorneys and we are able to assist in dealing with any legal issue relating to your business that you may have, in an efficient and cost effective manner.
It is often inevitable that formal liquidation or personal insolvency will be the most beneficial outcome for all stakeholders and for this we have a team of experienced insolvency practitioners with the ability to deal with any matter, no matter how small or large.
We are able to and have the experience to deal with any size estate, the drafting of wills and the creation of trusts and are ready to assist.
To apply for the drafting of a will please phone Hillary on 0218805400
We provide integrated corporate finance advisory services for mergers and acquisitions, management buy-outs, capital and debt restructuring, raising of capital via issue of equity, debt or related securities, private equity and restructuring of ownership.
We are able to assist with the sale of any business no matter what industry or size and because we are at the coalface of dealing with businesses, whether in distress or otherwise, we have buyers who are interested in any business, irrespective of the industry.
We have the expertise to effectively guide and assist.
Amongst the attorneys and experienced tax consultants amongst our ranks we will be able to assist with negotiations and the arriving at solutions.
Our global footprint and the experience of our consultants will enable us to assist clients to obtain information required for purposes of pursuing whatever cause of action.
South Africa, being an important global player in the international financial community, is exposed to the escheatment laws of foreign jurisdictions due to the significant annual volume of government, corporate and consumer transactions with US, UK, Canadian, Australian and other global trade partners. more
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