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Capital Structure Changes

As your business evolves, you need to structure its debt or equity to maintain or enhance capital flow. ​

You may find yourself reorganising your business or adjusting your corporate group structure for reasons relating to growth, income generation, succession planning or good governance. You may also wish to restructure the share capital of an entity to release surplus capital or equity, pay dividends, reduce losses, structure an individual shareholder exit, issue bonus shares, raise capital through a fresh issue of shares, or consolidate or sub-divide share capital.​

We can help you.​

We'll advise you on the most appropriate capital structure for every stage of your business lifecycle. We can work with you or your advisers to implement your requirements in a clear and effective manner. Using checklists and action plans, we'll advise, draft, negotiate and complete the legal debt or equity documentation to suit the situation. ​

Similarly, we can assist if you need to restructure your business due to financial difficulties. ​

In all these circumstances, we work with you and your advisers to provide suitably sized capital structure changes to help you manage your business risks and seize a world of opportunity.

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