Our specialists help you create successful joint ventures and alliances. We help increase your confidence at each step, from creation to exit.
KPMG guides you through the life cycle of a joint venture.
Create and set-up of a new joint venture or business combination requires specialized skills in not only assessing the legal and tax environments, but also the capital market provisions in the local environment.
KPMG’s joint venture experts can support you from pre-deal strategy and partner identification through to implementation and governance to power up your joint venture or business combination. We have global resources to connect you with local relationships and knowledge so that you have a full understanding of the strategic, financial, operational, and legal implications of creating and setting up a joint venture or alliance. We also help you understand the implications of the business combination on your entire business and ensure your long-term maintenance and exit strategies are an early consideration in the creation phase.
Our integrated team of specialists helps you focus on the key questions through the critical stages from creation to operation of a business combination.
Deliver, optimize or exit are stages of the life cycle that a joint venture may go through with significant challenges. To meet the objectives of a joint venture or alliance often requires close management of sensitive relationships (often across cultures and borders), in addition to the usual contractual and operating challenges of a business. Using a non-traditional, tailored approach to meet your needs, our globally experienced joint venture practitioners can help to preserve maximum value throughout the life cycle.
Our integrated team of specialists helps you focus on the key questions through the critical stages from issue identification to operating optimization or exit.
This edition of the Cross-Border Deals Tracker (formerly HGM Tracker) shows a decline in the volume of developed market investments into emerging markets but a strong growth of emerging markets to emerging markets deals in the second half of 2015.