A distinctive feature and an already integral element of the present-day business environment is the regular participation of companies in formalised and regulated procedures.
- Participation in arbitration and civil litigation;
- Participation in bankruptcy proceedings, where the judicial process is extended to the procedures of interaction with creditors through meetings and committees, interaction with bankruptcy trustees and their bankruptcy offices;
- Participation in a variety of tenders and bids for the allocation of construction contracts, sale of property, supply of equipment, obtaining rights to conduct certain actions;
- Participation in procedures for obtaining permits;
- Participation in investigative and judicial actions in criminal proceedings;
- Participation in transactions for the alienation/acquisition of property complexes;
- Participation in efforts to obtain specific rulings in large public corporations;
- Participation in measures to reduce tax claims based on the results of field audits by the tax inspectorate;
- Participation in the management of non-core assets.
This is by no means a complete list of procedures, which as a rule requires a considerable amount of time from company executives and employees away from the main operational process.
Horizon Capital has a profound competence in achieving specific goals when engaging with the listed practices and serves as an effective and reliable communicator on the client's behalf. Understanding the characteristics and cause-and-effect nature of the procedures helps the client as sess the full spectrum of opportunities offered and achieve success in meeting their objectives.