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Due Diligence | Post Merger Integration

Risk Assesment | Integration and Legal Entity Reduction 

Appropriate assessment of the risks associated with a target company or a projected transaction as well as post-merger integration can be the difference between success and failure of the deal.

Appropriate assessment of the risks associated with a target company or a projected transaction can be the difference between success and failure of the deal. Deloitte Legal assists businesses with legal purchase and vendor due diligence including review of any required legal aspects of the target company, identifying contingencies and risks that may arise as a result of the sale or purchase of an entity, highlighting legal considerations and drafting of the relevant due diligence reports.

Companies benefit from Deloitte Legal’s deep experience within corporate and M&A, our understanding of local and global markets and our close collaboration with colleagues in other Deloitte business disciplines such as tax, consulting, audit and financial advisory. Deloitte Legal’s international presence and capabilities stand out from those of a traditional law firm.

Legal purchaser and vendor due diligence

Finding the right merger candidate and negotiating a deal are only the first steps in the path to deriving value from a transaction. Once a deal closes, it is essential to effectively integrate the businesses and structures of the entities in the existing structure in order to realize the intended benefits of the merger. Deloitte Legal helps companies rationalize and simplify corporate structures and internal proceedings for the integrated group. We have a solid understanding of and experience in a wide variety of industries and sectors. Our lawyers work closely with other Deloitte professionals from tax, consulting, and financial advisory to help ensure businesses consider multiple perspectives and business impacts prior to making strategic decisions.

Post-merger integration activities and legal entity reduction

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