Company liquidation in Italy 

We advise our clients throughout all steps of the dissolution and winding up procedure of Italian companies.


Under Italian law, the procedure to close an Italian company is the following:

  • A shareholders’ meeting – to be held before a public notary – shall resolve to put the company into liquidation and to appoint a liquidator;
  • the resolution will be filed with the Italian Registrar of Companies;
  • the liquidator will take care of the winding up of the company;
  • the company will be removed from the Italian Registrar of Companies.

Documents required

  • A proxy from the shareholders to hold the shareholders’ meeting;
  • The company’s corporate books;
  • A report on the accounts as at the date of the dissolution;
  • A report on the relevant management for the period subsequent to the last approved balance sheet.

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