We have a team of highly experienced practitioners who regularly work on various types of liquidations:
If shareholders or a holding company no longer require a company, they will often place it into solvent liquidation. If so, their main objectives will be to:
Our team can assist in all stages of the solvent liquidation process. We regularly act as liquidators of solvent companies initiating and finalising liquidations in a timely and appropriate manner.
The liquidation of companies that are no longer required by shareholders or the holding company often achieves a number of benefits. These include:
Investment funds may fail to attain critical size because of lack of market interest or a reduction in value of underlying assets. In such cases the Board may propose the dissolution of the fund to investors and the appointment of a liquidator.
Deloitte combines the skills of an experienced liquidator with deep industry expertise of the Luxembourg investment funds sector.
As liquidators we typically fullfil the following obligations:
Our appointment as liquidators typically brings the following advantages:
Our appointment will give you access to the multidisciplinary expertise of Deloitte, ranging from tax matters to the evaluation of illiquid investments.
It is not always possible to preserve a struggling business as a going concern. Liquidation provides a mechanism for the formal winding up of a company in a controlled manner by a liquidator appointed by the Court.
The liquidator realizes assets for the benefit of creditors, shareholders and other stakeholders concerned. The liquidators may also perform extensive investigations into failed companies, examining the conduct of a company’s directors and senior management in order to establish the reasons for its failure. Deloitte closely work with the legal profession in this respect.