Alter Ego Corporate Control and Related Issues Analysis from PFC

  • Many of the standard criteria for determining if there is a unity of interest and ownership between a corporation and its owner require financial, economic and accounting analysis.
  • Commingling of funds, nonsegregation of funds, unauthorized diversion of corporate funds or other assets, or treatment by key individuals of the corporate assets as if they were their own assets can be identified using forensic accounting and finance methods.
  • The question of adequate capitalization or undercapitalization requires financial and economic analysis.
  • Our team can also review records to determine if numerous aspects of proper form were maintained, whether assets and liabilities were isolated between potentially related entities, as well as other factors often used in court to determine whether two entities are alter egos.