Corporate enterprises may be motivated to reorganize their tax and legal structure for a variety of reasons. For example, to fully realize the untapped value anticipated from a strategic merger or acquisition, an enterprise must swiftly reorganize and integrate its combined business operations from a tax and legal perspective.
On the other hand, a fully integrated enterprise may be forced to quickly realign its structure in order to effect a strategic spin-off or disposition of business operations that the management no longer deems desirable or essential or sale of subsidiary company, de-merger. A corporate entity may wish to reorganize its structure to accommodate a down-sizing or transformation of its existing business operations or simply to generate tax and legal efficiencies that will contribute to its overall earnings per share.
Whatever the objective and purpose, to be truly successful, a reorganization must be structured in a manner that not only optimizes the ultimate tax position of the enterprise but also addresses a multitude of legal issues that arise as a result of the restructuring including resulting increased value to its stake holders, in a long run.
KANJ has been advising corporate enterprises reorganizing their operations. Our corporate and tax Professionals have a wealth of experience working together to assist enterprises in structuring and restructuring their domestic and international transactions and operations in most efficient manner.