Business succession

As an entrepreneur, you focus on the present business activities, without immediately considering your business succession in the future. This can have dreadful consequences when succession must be executed urgently. The survival of the company can even be at risk if a suitable successor cannot be found in time. Furthermore, the mutual contact between stakeholders can also experience pressure when succession becomes urgent. By arranging business succession in a timely manner, clarity and peace are created for the future.


Tax authorities require that shares are sold in line with the at arm's length principle, when it comes to the succession of family business. Therefore, it is important to provide a clear valuation report. Our advisors can assist you throughout the entire process of business succession. This includes setting up a business succession plan (how and when), provide a clear valuation, coordinate with the tax authorities and determining the optimal financing structure.


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