Array of support services to guide through crisis
Sanctions. Examples. Solutions.
- Analysis of sanctions regulations and their practical application on your payments, financing models, supply chain, etc.
- Business partner check on their inclusion into US or EU sanctions lists.
- Sourcing for reliable alternative partners or suppliers.
Business continuity risks assessment
- Review of your income sources and dependence on international trade.
- Evaluation of the volume of foreign currency transactions and of impact of exchange rate fluctuations on your financial stability.
- Set up of proper cash flow management.
- Bankruptcy risks assessment.
- Provide an interim general director, either as a temporary appointee or as a second GD to maintain business continuity and resolve administrative tasks. Save on costs with a pay-as-you-go, hourly fee structure.
- Provide other interim C-level executives, including Head of Representative Office, Head of Branch, Liquidator, CFO and Chief Accountant.
- Employ your local staff with SCHNEIDER GROUP while they continue to work on your tasks.
- Manage salary, social contributions, taxes, all administrative and payroll-related tasks.
- Provide obligatory reporting for local authorities.
- Take over full formal responsibility for your outsourced staff according to the local law.
- Put the local LLC in a dormant cost-saving mode.
- Give your business a legal address to take over all formalities if you close the physical office.
- Provide an interim General Director to maintain business continuity, resolve administrative tasks and save on costs with a pay-as-you-go, hourly fee structure.
- Offer accounting outsourcing services to handle accounting and tax functions.
- Officially employ your local employees.
- Sanctions check regarding people, organizations, industry sectors, product categories, and destination.
- Restructure your supply chain to ensure compliance with sanctions.
- Arrange importation of your goods allowed for import to Russia via EAEU for cost optimization.
Support with market exit
- Provide a liquidation manager.
- If needed arrange to buy out the shares of the local LLC and conduct voluntary liquidation.
- Maintain minimum staff and a legal address until the end of liquidation.
- Arrange for claims collection and debt satisfaction.
- Establish and maintain proper documentation of the liquidation process.
- Facilitate layoffs.
- Carefully evaluate your legal position.
- Develop a strategy to build a defense against claimants.
- Assert claims against debtors.
- File claims against bankrupt debtors to recover assets if possible.
SCHNEIDER GROUP has been helping businesses to expand to new geographical markets since 2003, offering a full range of business support services: from developing strategy for successful market-entry to helping arrange or optimize accounting, reporting and financial planning processes and establishing efficient IT infrastructures.
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