Business law

Interim management

Interim management

Almost every business experiences periods in which reinforcement is needed, not only on the shop floor, but also in the boardroom. In such a situation, interim management is a frequently-used temporary solution. For example, short-term temporary replacement in the event of maternity leave, or a situation in which a director has died or is no longer able to do the job for some other reason.

Without a director, a business can become rudderless. It is therefore important that, in such a situation, the business continues to operate until a new director has been found. In another scenario, the business may have been sold and it is the task of the interim manager to supervise the process. An interim manager can ensure the business runs as optimally as possible until the new board takes over. At De Haij & Van der Wende, we have extensive experience with interim management for all kinds of companies. Ensuring a solid legal basis is our greatest strength in this regard.

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