A successful company acquisition needs to be planned carefully. Company acquisitions require a precise approach to strategic evaluation, identification and addressing of potential M&A targets. Depending on the process structure, time-critical or comprehensive due diligence processes and negotiation of all project-related contracts take place.
In the event of a company sale in whole or in part, the interests of several parties must be safeguarded. From the buyer to the seller, the employees, customers, suppliers up to the public perception, various interests have to be considered. In addition to precise and ingenious planning of the transaction structure, a promising perspective is also required in order to carry out the transaction to the satisfaction of all stakeholders.
In distressed M&A situations due to imminent over-indebtedness, illiquidity or insolvency, the M&A process differs considerably from the sale or purchase of intact companies. Above all, time pressure is a major factor that involuntarily accelerates the whole situation and thus increases the susceptibility to errors.
In distressed situations of crisis-ridden shareholders, managing directors, employees and creditors, a cool head of the M&A advisor, a time-efficient and structured approach in the M&A process without losing sight of essential steps and risks is required.
The success of an M&A transaction does not solely depend on skilful negotiation strategies. In fact, many years of M&A experience coupled with expertise from commercial law and financial disciplines are decisive in every M&A transaction.
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