Entity Restructuring

Entity Restructuring

Large corporate groups can become an unnecessary burden on management and the group companies within them. So by rationalising your group structure, you can cut costs, reduce management time, improve cash movements with your group, align the corporate structure with the group's operations, and improve and maintain high standards of corporate governance. ​

There are various points at which you may wish to make changes. It might be in the aftermath of an acquisition, or following a buy-and-build period, or ahead of refinancing or investment, redomiciliation or demerger. You may wish to restructure to de-risk or manage a known problem, by ringfencing toxic liabilities or assets, for example. It may be to satisfy corporate governance needs, or to meet changing legislation or regulation.  ​

Whatever your motivation, we can work with you to kick-start that change.​​

Our experts will help you scope, analyse, plan and implement changes. And we'll advise you every step of the way. If you're considering any kind of group rationalisation, contact one of our specialists to discuss. 

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