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Deal Structuring

In simple terms, an M&A deal should be structured to meet the needs and desires of both parties and result in an agreed-upon end-state, but getting there can be far from simple. While it’s safe to assume sellers want maximum profit and buyers want maximum value and minimal risk, there are other important variables to consider, including:

—Corporate and antitrust laws
—Securities regulations
—Tax implications
—Accounting issues
—Market conditions
—Deal-specific negotiating points

We help clients weigh all of these variables and negotiate a deal that offers the best possible outcome–and the best chance of closing.

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