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Corporate restructuring

Businesses often find themselves needing to adapt and change the ownership structure they initially established to remain competitive and profitable. Our office specializes in guiding such businesses through restructuring processes, aiming to minimize tax liabilities as much as possible on these operations.

The most common form of restructuring is asset transfers. According to the Income Tax Ordinance, businesses can transfer assets to another company in exchange for shares tax-free. This provision allows for significant structural changes with minimal tax impact. However, the process involves meeting specific criteria to qualify for this exemption.

Asset transfer is not the only option for restructuring. Other options include company splits or mergers. Company splits involve dividing a company into separate entities, each focusing on different business areas. This strategy can be particularly effective for addressing specific operational or financial goals, such as targeted capital raising or splitting production lines.

Conversely, merging several companies into one is also possible. Such mergers can offer significant advantages, but they usually involve tax implications that need to be carefully considered before proceeding.

At our office, we understand the importance of structural changes and the tax implications of such a move on your company's future. We offer personalized consultation, aiming to help you make informed decisions that suit your business goals. Whether you are considering asset transfers, company splits, or mergers, we are here to work with you at every stage, ensuring that your changes are as smooth and beneficial as possible.

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