Merger and Acquisition (M&A) divestiture is a key strategic initiative for businesses. M&A divestiture involves the sale of a segment of a company’s business that can be liquidated or merged to maximise a business’ profit. Divestiture is the removal of assets through exchange, closure, liquidation, or other means. Clients may sell subsidiaries to concentrate on a specific aspect of the market.
The most important strategies for analyzing M&A deals are:
To thoroughly examine the target company’s market performance and position
To identify future market opportunities and recent market trends
Before the deal has been closed, ensuring that there are no potential problems that may arise after the closing
To consider the working environment and culture of the target company
The benefits of this scheme are its cost efficiency and revenue enhancement through gains in market share.
Whether your company is looking at acquisition targets, forming joint venture alliances or looking at outsourcing core business operations, LehmanBrown has the expertise to guide your project from conception to execution. Through in-depth financial and non-financial analysis, LehmanBrown is able to work with clients to firstly identify then assess acquisition and merger targets for synergy optimization and business development opportunities.
We are also able to work closely with accredited PRC valuators to determine company valuations, carry out SWOT analysis, and assist clients in successfully securing deals. Not only do we focus on improving a client’s benefits and objectives, but we aim to meet their profit targets and maximise value.
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