Changes in business and ownership structures

Business is dynamic by nature. To optimize a company’s competitive set up, its ownership and business structures must match current circumstances. Ownership structure means how the holdings in a company are divided and is the company owned by people or other companies, institutions or organisations. Business structure means how the company is organised: is it a group, or companies owned by different shareholders, or a conglomerate of companies owned by the same shareholders.

These structures can be changed or amended with certain procedures including:

  • Changes in the form of operations
  • The transfer of assets from one source of income under another
  • The dissolution of the company
  • Mergers and splits
  • Business transfer
  • The trading of shares
  • Business divestments and acquisitions.
Appropriate and relevant tax planning can assist in building up a set of companies that is commercially effective and yields tangible results.

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