The conversion process requires the consent of all shareholders and the fulfillment of the requirements set forth in the Commercial Companies Code. Once the process is complete, the company has a new legal form, but its history, contracts and liabilities remain unchanged.
Transforming a company can contribute to greater flexibility and efficiency, and can increase the value of the company.
Company conversion is needed when shareholders or the company’s board of directors want to change its legal form. This may be required due to the development of the company’s business, changes in the ownership structure or other factors. Another reason for a company’s conversion may be the desire to obtain additional legal or economic benefits that another legal form offers. Company transformation may also be a condition for an investor to purchase shares in the company.
Company transformation services consist of legal and tax advice on carrying out the process of changing the legal form of the company.
professional legal services ensure that shareholders are fully informed about the legal consequences of the transformation and safeguard their interests.
an experienced lawyer will help prepare all the documents and applications required for submission to the registry court, which will make the company’s transformation much faster and easier.
professional legal services will ensure that the transformation process will comply with applicable laws and avoid possible legal problems.
hiring a professional lawyer will avoid mistakes that can lead to delays or additional costs in the company’s transformation process.
professional legal service of the company’s transformation will ensure transparency of the process and safeguard the interests of all parties involved, which will increase the company’s attractiveness for potential investors.
Corporate capital changes are a permanent feature of the nature of the operation of large market players. Mergers, acquisitions or amalgamations can be of strategic importance for the development of a company and determine the realisation of its full potential. It can be inadvertently squandered by making the wrong decisions at the stage of preparation and execution of the structural change process.
More and more entrepreneurs are using foreign companies for business purposes. However, the transfer of the registered office of a Polish company to another European country still poses practical problems. Cross-border mergers effectively help to simplify and accelerate this procedure. They are an example of the effective implementation of European Union law into the Polish Commercial Companies Code.