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Liquidation services


The current downturn is forcing companies to review and streamline their operations in order to remain competitive. This often involves the complex and time-consuming liquidation of subsidiaries and branches of activity. Liquidations involve two broad challenges: maximising payouts on divested assets and managing the inherent legal risks.

Reliable expert support is essential to help you manage these situations.

Deloitte service offering

Deloitte provides companies with a broad range of services to help you navigate this complex, high-stakes environment:

Liquidation process (voluntary or court-ordered liquidations)

  • Voluntary liquidations
    • Realisation of assets and payments of debts
    • Termination of contracts
    • Supervision of the maintenance of accounting records
    • Filing of tax returns (VAT, taxe d’abonnement, income tax, etc.)
    • Calling of general meetings of shareholders
    • Preparation of liquidation accounts and the liquidator ‘s report
    • Organisation of an audit of the liquidation accounts and responses to auditor queries
    • Coordination of the different service providers during the liquidation process
  • Court-ordered liquidations (Insolvency)


  • Direct tax and VAT optimisation
  • Specific VAT de-registration with the Administration de l’Enregistrement

Human capital

  • Assistance in communicating with staff (change management support) concerning the details of their transfer to a new entity and the liquidation


  • Michael JJ Martin
    Partner - Forensic & Dispute Services

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  • Liquidation services - Realising value with business sense | Brochure
    The downturn forces companies to review and streamline operations to remain competitive, involving the complex liquidation of branches and activities.



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