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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