Turkish Company Liquidation

Akkas CPA is a globally recognized Turkish Accounting Firm with a long record of excellence and professionalism for your Turkish company liquidation. Our accountants provide all kinds of accounting services in Turkey required to run your company in Turkey.

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Akkas CPA offers the best accounting services, at competitive prices to foreign businessmen who already established or getting ready to establish a company in Turkey.

After registering a new company in Turkey, you will need to hire an accountant & CPA to manage the financial issues and offer solutions to lower the costs for your business. A good accountant will help you save money and make your company more efficient in terms of costs. If your company is managed well from all points of view, the profit will increase in a short time.

Turkish Company Liquidation

Our company formation team is prepared to handle your company liquidation needs in Turkey. Akkas CPA handles all steps required for company liquidation in Turkey and files closure documents with the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce.

Please contact us via email or phone to appoint a liquidator to carry on the company dissolution, submit the required application forms, deal with the Court, close the company’s bank account, or complete any other necessary activities for closing a business in Turkey.

The act of company liquidation in Turkey is regulated by the Commercial Code. There are many reasons a company may register the liquidation and the decision can be taken by the general assembly of the company or by a competent court.

The reasons for liquidation can be the accomplishment of the specific goals stipulated in the articles of association, the expiration of the availability term posted in the articles, the decision of the members that the company is no longer meeting their requests, a claim made by creditors to a Court or the beginning of the process of bankruptcy.

The liquidation can be voluntary (as a result of the company’s general assembly decision) or compulsory (as a result of a Court request).

Turkish Company Liquidation

What are the steps for Turkish Company Liquidation?

If the decision of company liquidation is taken by the members of the company during a general meeting, a liquidator must be appointed to represent the company during the process. The name and its details, along with the decision of liquidation must be registered at the Turkish Trade Registry. The general meeting has the power to dismiss the liquidator and can decide what power he has.

In case of compulsory liquidation, the Court must appoint the liquidator and has the power to dismiss it if necessary. The liquidator must elaborate on a balance sheet and an inventory statement and show it in a general meeting where it must be approved. If it receives approval, the liquidator can begin the process.

The liquidator is checking the documents and notifies the creditors regarding the liquidation process. He is also deciding the specific terms of depositing the claims.

Turkish Company Liquidation Procedures

The creditors are then submitting their claims and if it doesn’t do it on time the amount necessary to cover their claims is deposited to an administrative authority appointed by the liquidator. An intermediary balance sheet and reports regarding the liquidation status must be elaborated on and presented at the annual general meetings.

The remaining assets resulting after covering all the claims can be divided among the shareholders, up to their contribution to the company’s capital. After that, a last general meeting is convened and the last balance sheet and a report regarding the termination of liquidation and its results are presented by the liquidator.

The decision is then registered in the Trade Register and the name of the company is permanently deleted from it.

The liquidator must also appoint a person whom all the company’s documents will be kept for a period of a minimum of 10 years. The name and the address of that person must be mentioned in the application sent to the Turkish Trade Registry. After that, the liquidator is paid for his work and it’s dismissed.

How long does it take to liquidate a company in Turkey?

It may take 7 months to liquidate a company in Turkey, depending on its size and the complexity of its debts.

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Akkas CPA & Turkish Accounting Firm is one of the globally recognized Turkish Accounting Firms with a long record of excellence and professional leadership in Istanbul, Turkey.

Thanks to its nationally recognized accounting services, our accounting firm is now one of the leading accounting firms in Istanbul, Turkey. You may reach our accountants for Turkish company liquidation by sending an email to us.

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