22 October 2019 Amelia Rees

#44 – Choosing the Right Business Structure – Simple! (in theory…)

In this podcast the View Legal team explore the following topic: Choosing the Right Business Structure– Simple! (in theory…) which was held on 19 September 2019.

This podcast is a take out of that session and the full webinar is available via the View Legal website 

Following on from View’s asset protection webinar last month a related topic that explores how the success – or failure – of a new business often hinges on having the right structural foundations.

In the episode we also explore the various options available for establishing any new business, including;

  1. The key legal and commercial risks of all structuring alternatives
  2. Overly and revenue consequences of each type of structure
  3. Limited liability and domino risks
  4. Future-proofing structures for business
  5. Managing internal stakeholder collaboration
  6. Family Trusts and their effect on Business Structures using case study examples
  7. Interplay with estate planning and tax

Listen to View’s previous episode here.

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