A status change in the Serbian Law on Companies (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia” Nos. 36/2011, 99/2011, 83/2014 and 5/2015) is defined as the corporate reorganization process involving a transferring company that transfers its assets and liabilities to a receiving company, while the transferring company’s equity interest holders or shareholders acquire equity interests or shares in such receiving company. Igor Živkovski, Živković Samardžić Corporate and M&A Senior Associate, elaborates on types of corporate reorganizations, how are they implemented and what are their tax implications.
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