M&A can take many forms. For example, integrating two companies through a merger, making a company a subsidiary through an acquisition, acquiring a company itself, or acquiring a business from another party. In the case of acquiring shares, there are points to be considered in deciding such as, the percentage of shareholding (100% acquisition, majority or minority investment), the ways to obtain shares (from existing shareholders, or by issuing new stocks), and the integration approach including company split. There are some cases where M&A, during its process, progresses with changes needed from points of legal and other conditions which were not considered initially.
Our advisory service proposes appropriate structures along with their risks based on our experience to suit changes in the M&A environment.