The first steps in starting a business include picking the right business entity, submitting the correct formation documents, and creating bylaws, operating, and other similar agreements.
Our corporate formation attorneys at MAH Advising, LLC (“MAH”) can handle all of your business needs, whether you’re forming a limited liability company (LLC), a limited partnership (LP), or a corporation.
MAH provides startup companies with the corporate investment adviser formation services and assistance required to form a successful business. We represent businesses in New York, across the country, and worldwide while continuing to provide corporate services.
With clients who are interested in creating or maintaining a corporate entity, MAH focuses on a number of particular areas, including:
Our in-house attorneys will examine your company to identify risk management and legal issues before they become serious issues. Additionally, we help you submit your annual updates and provide updates and amendments to corporate documents as needed.
How can you shield your family and yourself from legal action if your new company is sued? How do you keep your personal life separate from business transactions? Your personal liability for business transactions and future tax obligations will depend on your chosen business entity.
Our corporate law attorneys counsel clients on entity selection, including partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs), professional limited liability companies (PLLCs), S corporations, C corporations, and others. We advise you to consult your tax accountant for advice regarding how each entity impacts your tax obligation. MAH can assist you whether you are considering starting your own business or increasing your current options.
Considerations for Registered Investment Advisors, Private Fund Advisors, Broker-Dealers, and Others
When establishing their business, a private fund adviser should take into consideration a variety of factors. The amount of money that will be managed, whether the company will manage futures or other commodity interests, the initial investors in the company, and the terms of the investment are some examples of these factors.
MAH Advising, LLC (“MAH”) can provide private fund counsel services such as:
The broker-dealer formation process entails a number of complex steps, including picking the appropriate business structure, drafting the new membership application (NMA) form, developing efficient compliance programs, writing written supervisory procedures, preparing for the FINRA interview, and making sure there is enough net capital, to name a few.
Our broker-dealer formation service includes a wide range of services, such as:
MAH collaborates closely with you right from the start to fully understand your company’s goals and challenges. Once we have this information, we develop a project calendar that lists the tasks that need to be finished in order to submit a membership application, the anticipated time required to complete each task, and the professional of the MAH team who will be engaged in the formation process. We keep an open communication line with our clients and the relevant regulatory bodies throughout the project.