Identification of Relevant Factors

A successful generational change requires that account be taken of all relevant factors in the planning process.

Depending on form of incorporation, the number of owners, the composition of the circle of owners and the owner's family circumstances, many different factors may play a role.

We have advised on generational changes for many years and therefore have considerable experience in identifying the factors that are important for planning such a change.

These factors include both specific aspects, for example if a company has several owners who must be involved and take part in the process, and situations where one sibling is to be involved in the running of the company, while others are not.

Based on our expertise within the fields of company law and tax law, we can ensure that account is taken of all the factors that generally have a bearing on the planning of a generational change.