Whether you are thinking about setting up a new business, reorganising your group structure or considering an acquisition PwC Legal's Corporate and Banking teams are well placed to help your company meet its challenges and plan for the future.
We have experts in Business Structuring and Mergers & Acquisitions who can advise you on everything from shareholder agreements to joint ventures and from limited liability partnerships and due diligence exercises to corporate simplification projects. Our Banking team act for lenders and borrowers alike and can advise you on refinancings, new facilities and intra-group lending arrangements.
Working in partnership with our colleagues in teams such as Employment and Intellectual Property and PwC experts in Corporate Finance, Debt Advisory and Transactions Services we can offer you a seamless service with teams tailored to meet the specific needs of your business.
If you would like to find out more about any of the services we offer, please contact us.
More on our corporate services:
- mergers and aquisitions (M&A);
- legal due diligences;
- business reorganisations ;
- establishing branches and representative offices of foreign companies;
- Compliance services
- drafting and reviewing internal corporate regulations, including regulations for companies’ governing bodies (management boards, supervisory boards);
- legal support for shareholders’ meetings and meetings of other corporate bodies, drafting and reviewing resolutions;
- representation of shareholders during shareholders’ meetings;
- amending articles of association and other corporate agreements / regulations;
- legal assistance in the process of introducing and registering changes in share capital;
- legal assistance in introducing personal changes in company bodies;
- advisory services and legal support for dividend payments;
- advisory services for members of management boards, supervisory boards and shareholders in on-going corporate matters;
- advisory services regarding liability of members of corporate bodies and means of its limitation;
- drafting agreements between shareholders;
- drafting agreements between shareholders and the company;
- liquidation of companies, branches and representative offices.