Although legal entities, such as private companies, public limited companies and foundations have separate assets, directors and members of the Supervisory Board can be held personally liable in various situations, including their liability for the company’s bankruptcy and their liability for unlawful acts even if the company has not gone bankrupt. This also applies to other parties involved, such as external advisers and auditors.
Wiggers Ross Advocaten | Belastingkundigen is eminently specialised in personal liability. Our lawyers frequently act as official receivers in bankruptcies, giving them an unrivalled understanding of these matters. Our lawyers can assist you if you are approached by a receiver, a creditor or the tax authorities in your capacity as director, supervisory director or otherwise.
WHAT ELSE CAN WE HELP YOU WITH?
- Directors’ liability in bankruptcy
- Directors’ tax liability
- Directors’ liability arising from unlawful acts