Voluntarily striking off or closing a company in Switzerland, for whatever reason, can be daunting if you are unaware of the potential steps or pitfalls involved.
Without specialist knowledge you may fall at the first hurdle and it is better to close or wind up the company in Switzerland cleanly without leaving a trail of civil and/or possibly criminal liabilities behind you.
But with the last economic downturn and the loss of manufacturers of their specialty stock – as well as the fact that she and her husband, David, are both 71 – it was time to close, said Bonnie Dudley, a Batavia resident. all the little country stores are closing, and people are having trouble finding the stuff." The Dudleys married in 1975, the same month they started the business, she said. We had a preacher friend in, and a couple friends stand up, and we ate at the Fisherman's Inn." During the economic downturn, Bonnie Dudley said they had to lay off two of their four full-time employees in 2006 and were never able to hire them back.
The Government must ensure that no fraudulent liquidation is occurring and that all outstanding liabilities (including taxes, soc-sec, etc., employee salaries, etc.) are settled. 8 years after "grounding", the liquidation is not completed.Hence we have decided to shut down the Swiss subsidiary company.We are trying to get most of the work done by our self instead of a consultant, to reduce the cost.Our staff at Close a European Company can provide a full package of bespoke services according to your individual/corporate requirement as follows: NB: This should not be done independently it is important to take advice and assistance from a professional.Please call us immediately if you are thinking of closing your company.GENEVA – After 40 years as a fixture in the downtown, The Country Store, at 28 James St., in Geneva, is liquidating the business and selling the building, co-owner Bonnie Dudley said.