In India, pursuant to Court approval of a Scheme of merger / amalgamation of two or more Companies, the transferee company may issue shares to the shareholders of the transferor Company or a Company resident outside India, after ensuring that the percentage of shareholding of persons residing outside India in the transferor Company does not exceed a specific percentage. This percentage is notified as per applicable administrative or Reserve Bank of India guidelines / policies.
Singh & Associates law firm has acted as counsel in a wide variety of restructuring transactions, including exchange offers, consent solicitations and the renegotiation of credit agreements with bank syndicates and other lenders. This practice is closely coordinated with lawyers in the firm's financial restructuring practice.
At Singh & Associates law firm, we continue to meet and defeat the challenges that face our clients, meeting their every corporate and securities need. Be it delicate merger and acquisition negotiations and corporate restructuring representation or private equity and corporate finance transactions, the corporate restructuring experts of Singh & Associates law firm has the breadth of experience and depth of capabilities to meet the challenges our clients face every day.
Our law firm regularly deals with all aspects of corporate insolvency, rescues and reconstructions. Our corporate restructuring experts have considerable experience and expertise in acting for banks and financial institutions, other creditors and businesses in financial difficulties. The organization and planning of our team of corporate restructuring experts helps us to meet the demands of each particular case.
Singh & Associates law firm have also been involved in contentious disputes arising out of the insolvency process, such as unfair preferences, transactions at an undervalue, defrauding creditors, priorities disputes, opposition of judicial management petitions and/or schemes of arrangements and trust monies. The corporate restructuring experts with Singh & Associates law firm frequently advise and help our clients in relation to issues like Amalgamation (Merger) of Companies, De-merger of Companies, division or partition of a Company into two or more Companies, hiving-off unit from registered Companies, compromise with the members or creditors of a Company, detailing arrangement with respect to the share capital, assets or liabilities of the Company, to name a few.
To help the firm's corporate and financial clients avoid potential problems, the corporate restructuring attorneys of Singh & Associates law firm frequently lend their experience to transactional matters. This insight, provided early in the negotiation and structuring of a transaction, often helps our corporate restructuring experts to either eliminate or minimize clients' risks should the other party fall on hard times. Similarly, our restructuring clients benefit from this cross-discipline approach with the complimentary experience and resources added by our attorneys from the firm's commercial lending, business transactions, real estate and dispute resolution practices.
Singh & associates law firm and its corporate restructuring experts regularly assist and advice our clients in matters relating to corporate restructuring, reorganization and related litigation. Our law firm distinguishes itself by finding creative and practical solutions to complex business and legal issues. We handle in- and out-of-court corporate restructurings, debt for equity exchanges, workouts, sales and insolvency-related litigation of every size and complexity. Our corporate restructuring experts provide counsel to many corporations and financial institutions in a wide array of corporate restructuring transactions, workouts and litigation.
The corporate restructuring experts of Singh & Associates law firm regularly work with the firm’s corporate group to handle complicated acquisitions or divestitures of businesses in financial distress or bankruptcy, highly leveraged transactions and other major transactions involving significant creditors’ rights issues.