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Liquidations & Strike Offs

The lifecycle of a company isn’t always necessarily a long one. Unforeseen circumstances may lead to liquidation, and a change in a company’s structure could result in dissolution. The completion of a transaction, or the conclusion of a merger, acquisition or simplification of group corporate structures may also mean entities need to be liquidated. ​

Whatever the reason, you need an experienced team to guide you through the process as efficiently as possible. ​

At Vistra, we offer a suite of liquidation services. We can act as liquidator, prepare the liquidation and final accounts and coordinate the entire liquidation process – helping ease what can sometimes be a challenging process.​

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