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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 longer 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.
By asking questions at incorporation, we can ensure that the articles of association specify the steps to resolve any conflict between shareholders, and the arrangements if one of the founding members ceases to workfor the company.
Planning a strategy to maximise the assets of your business on sale requires advance planning. You should start considering the issues a good five years before your planned exit.
Once you have decided to sell, we can assist with the process:
The services most commonly used at business exit are:
Brebners is here to help and support you, by assisting you with the ongoing financial planning and control of your enterprise. In doing so, we can advise you on potential help available, including the measures announced by the government, and assist with applications. Please get in touch with your usual contact at Brebners who will be able to help you (enquiries can also be made to firstname.lastname@example.org).
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We also have specialist teams ready to help if your organisation struggles with disruptions to its own team make-up. These include payroll, bookkeeping (including experts in most cloud software packages) and accounts production specialists.
Brebners was prepared for the current situation and as such, in most cases, all the Brebners people with whom you ordinarily liaise are working remotely. They are available, as usual via email and phone.
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