Merger & Acquisition
Today’s business world is of growing economy and globalization, so most of the companies are struggling to achieve the optimal market share possible on both market level i.e. Domestic and International market.Merger and acquisition has become the most prominent process in the corporate world.The main idea behind mergers and acquisition is one plus one makes three.Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) provides a business with a potentially bigger market share and it opens the business up to a more diversified market. In these days it is the most commonly use methods for the growth of companies. Merger and Acquisition (M&A) basically makes a business bigger, increase its production and gives it more financial strength to become stronger against their competitor on the same market.
The process of mergers and acquisitions can be a complex one. There are numerous legal, accounting, financial, managerial and cultural variables that need to be considered when two companies join forces. The success of any M&A depends upon clearly identifying the necessary scope of work to execute, ability to manage risk and to deliver on the business objectives that initiated the deal.
Our Merger & Acquisition Services
M&A Due Diligence – Planning and Assessment
Ensuring company investment worth
Provide Sound Financial Statements to Invite Potential Buyers
Integration of multiple vendor work streams
Divestitures and separations
Projections and Financing
Position seller attractively
Integration strategy and planning
Joint ventures and alliances
Benefits of Mergers and Acquisitions:
Obtaining quality staff or additional skills, knowledge of your industry or sector and other business intelligence.
Your business underperforming.
Diversification of the products, services and long-term prospects of your business.
Accessing funds or valuable assets for new development.
Accessing a wider customer base and increasing your market share
Reducing your costs and overheads through shared marketing budgets, increased purchasing power and lower costs.
Organic growth, i.e., the existing business plan for growth, needs to be accelerated.
Regulation of monopoly