Lall Ondhia has been fortunate to work with large businesses for more than 30 years. We can help you with your strategic business decisions and we are available to you for specific projects as well as the everyday running of your business.
We have the skills, the experience, the contacts, and the sound tax knowledge to ensure that every transaction is dealt with in the best manner, whilst considering all of the opportunities and their related consequences.
Corporate businesses or those with external investors require a different approach to owner-managed businesses.
Care has to be taken to protect the interests of the shareholders and the directors, as they will have different needs.
The services most commonly used by corporate clients are:
- Corporate tax planning and compliance
- Financial systems advice
- Due diligence
In many cases, we have advised companies from incorporation to the point where they require considerable advice with regard to corporate transactions, be that floating on a stock market, or more simply obtaining corporate finance to enable expansion.
The reasons for requiring this can be varied, but in every case, you will want to ensure that these challenging, complicated transactions are dealt with quickly and professionally.
Corporate transactions can be complicated and very challenging, but at Lall Ondhia we have the skills, the experience, the contacts, and the sound tax knowledge to ensure that every transaction is dealt with in the best manner, whilst considering all of the opportunities and their related consequences.
We regularly complete due diligence and transaction services projects for our larger corporate clients.
We are also able to advise on a business exit strategy. We believe it is never too early to consider your exit strategy from your business.
Although we recognise that initially you may be focused on the shorter term objectives of establishing your business and rapidly growing turnover and profitability, it is important to consider your long-term exit strategy.
We specifically consider your exit strategy and mechanisms for that exit, a process which often begins at the company’s incorporation. This is particularly important if there is more than one shareholder.