Business & Finance
Structured financing and internal cooperation between the several group companies are an important part of doing business. A thorough and clear recording of the financial and internal operational collaboration are essential and prevents problems in the future. This allows you as an entrepreneur to keep a grip on your business and investments. Our experts from the Enterprise & Financing team will be happy to advise you on drawing up collateral and financing documentation as well as the documentation in which the internal legal relations are confirmed. They offer (pragmatic) solutions to corporate and financing issues for shareholders, family businesses, private equity, venture capitalists, (re)structuring of companies and internal cooperation between different group companies.
It is important to properly document mutual relationships in writing. This is particularly important if the company is financed internally by shareholders in the broad sense (holding, family or private equity party) or if there is internal cooperation within different group companies. A good written record in advance provides many benefits, especially if the company or parts of it run into financial difficulties. A good record can minimize losses for financing shareholders or group companies that still have claims. Thereafter, in most cases it is required by law to put internal relationships in writing.
Our team has extensive experience in insolvency law, special management of banks and all kinds of financing and partnership forms. Because of its broad expertise and extensive experience in financing documentation, DVDW offers tailor-made solutions for your business. Getting your structure and collateral position right at an early stage prevents many problems. Your company thus becomes more financially compliant. We also assess your existing financial structure and relieve you of worries with periodic reviews of your documentation. Among other things, we advise on loans, current account agreements, pledges and other securities, as well as other types of cooperation such as license of trademarks and lease agreements.