Company law issues – a central part of companies’ day-to-day business
Company law plays a crucial role in a variety of decisions that a company makes – not only legal decisions but also purely commercial decisions. How will the company’s operations be financed? How will the business be organised: departments, divisions, subsidiaries or branches? How will the business grow? How will the company’s executives act if a company has financial problems? What do you do when a customer or supplier has financial problems? What’s the best way to wind up a business? As was mentioned, company law plays an important role for a variety of company actions, such as acquisitions, divestments and mergers, IPOs, restructuring, corporate governance, risk management, raising capital, profit distribution, and more.
Advice on company law issues
We assist management, boards of directors and shareholders with advice on company law issues related to both listed and privately owned companies in most industries. We also represent investors, such as private equity actors, venture capital firms and financial operators, as well as auditors and other advisors to companies.
At Moll Wendén, we strive to be constantly updated on all company law developments in order to provide our clients with the best possible service. We can provide advice both on an ongoing basis and on specific one-off issues.
Examples of advice:
- Company law advice in connection with acquisitions and divestments
- IPOs and changing lists
- Issues of shares and other securities
- Other types of capital procurements
- Establishing companies
- Drafting shareholders’ agreements and other company law agreements
- Mergers and liquidations
- Profit distribution
- General meetings
- Board responsibilities
With our solid expertise, we offer our clients commercial solutions for all company law questions. If necessary, we make sure that we find innovative and bespoke solutions. Our aim is always for our clients to feel that company law provides opportunities rather than limits on their room to manoeuvre.