Mergers and acquisitions continue to deliver the strategic objectives of global business, particularly in the face of unprecedented change, providing tremendous opportunities to reshape organisations and access new markets.
As a law firm we examine the driving factors, risks and opportunities clients face across industries and geographies, and assess the strategies for delivering successful M&A.
This M&A hub presents our insights, training and other key resources to support our clients in planning and delivering M&A projects.
Even the usually most robust of businesses may be under stress in the current geopolitical and macroeconomic conditions.
M&A Building Blocks
Over the coming months the London Corporate team will deliver this series of training, breaking down the essential build...
M&A building blocks
Our on-demand webinar series breaks down the essential building blocks required to ensure an M&A process runs smoothly
In this webinar, which is the first in our JV Building Blocks series, we consider some key issues to address when considering a joint venture including due diligence topics, operating structures and an overview of the typical documentation required.
Funding and Dilution
One of the key areas of negotiation when forming a joint venture is the future funding requirements of the joint venture and how these will be fulfilled.
Minority Protections, control and deadlock
Whatever the complexion of a joint venture, from a deadlocked arrangement to one with minority shareholders, the questions of how control is to be exercised and minority position protected will be key.
Joint Ventures Building Blocks
Our on-demand webinar series breaks down the essential building blocks required to ensure a joint venture transaction runs smoothly.
Planning for the best process
In this webinar we look at how to plan the best process for a privately negotiated M&A transaction, including the key matters to be considered in the early stages. We consider the buyer’s and seller’s objectives, establishing the deal perimeter (including asset sales v share sale and pre-sale re-organisations) as well as a comparison of the possible sale processes and the key early stage documents.
In this webinar we discuss merger control, in particular the main stages in merger control analysis (including the importance of undertaking this analysis at an early stage), deals which may be more likely to raise substantive competition concerns and appropriate protections for transaction documents.
Beyond COVID-19: Corporate/M&A outlook
The impact of COVID-19, including its wide-ranging effect on “business-as-usual” activities, raises a number of issues for companies. Listed companies are having to consider their ongoing disclosure obligations and how to hold shareholder meetings, and all companies are reviewing the implications of the coronavirus for their financial position and performance, as well as their financial arrangements.
M&A Outlook 2022
We examine key legal and regulatory developments driving and shaping M&A around the world
UK Pensions Briefing: Revised Code of Practice on Contribution Notices clarifies the new tests for dividend payments
The Pensions Regulator’s revised Code of Practice 12 came into force on November 25, 2021.
M&A Building Blocks
Over the coming months the London Corporate team will deliver this series of training, breaking down the essential building blocks required to ensure an M&A process runs smoothly.
Foreign Investment Regulation
Foreign investment regulation has become increasingly relevant for the execution of mergers and acquisitions. More and more countries are adopting restrictive foreign investment regulation to protect their national assets and critical industries. This makes it important to carefully assess implications and risks early on.
Australian private M&A deal trends report
Our 2021 report closely analyses 94 completed private M&A transactions that Norton Rose Fulbright Australia has acted on during the calendar year and is intended to provide an empirical benchmark of Australian market practice for key private M&A negotiation points.
Australian public M&A deal trends report
Our report considers how the Australian public M&A market has fared in 2021 during what has been a remarkable 12 months and attempts to forecast what we could be another vibrant year ahead.
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Joint ventures hub
Joint ventures (JVs) take many different forms and are entered into for many different strategic reasons, for example to combine financial resources or to pool know how.