The optimal development of entrepreneurial activities also requires a suitable corporate and shareholder structure. In addition to the tax framework, this is also characterized by the optimization of liability and the flexibility of contractual agreements up to the procurement of capital via the stock exchange. Particularly in German medium-sized companies, publicity and its avoidance sometimes also play a role.
In the case of the sale of a German company, it is also often a matter of "making the bride pretty" in advance, which may require transformation processes (e.g. a spin-off or spin-off of the parts of the company to be sold).
3Q|Law helps you to develop and implement the corporate law structures in Germany that are suitable for your entrepreneurial plans. Here, too, close cooperation with the respective German and international tax advisors is essential. If required, 3Q|Law can of course also gladly call in specialized German tax advisors and German auditors to support your current advisors in special topics such as transformation and restructuring in Germany.
It is also often advisable to carry out transformation processes with a view to company succession, whether by selling the company or through succession under inheritance law within the family. Depending on the structure of your company under company law, there is considerable potential for tax savings.