A Primer on Transaction Structuring


Modern-day business complexities require entities to adopt a fit-for-purpose corporate structures that works best for them given their individuality and circumstances.

It is typical for businesses contemplating an inorganic initiative especially a sale, joint-venture or fund-raising to rejig their corporate structure to enable the prospect of the inorganic initiative.

When businesses seek to expand their business, sell their business, or buy a new business, or form a joint venture, there is an anxiety on the best approach to execute a transaction with the lowest possible legal, tax or financial risk, or with minimal risk of future litigation. The different methods to achieve the same outcome further clutters the mix.

An efficient Transaction Structuring exercise will offer a solution that enables achievement of most transaction objectives at the least possible overall transaction costs.


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