Services

Life sciences partnership services

Challenges

Given the economic and social evolutions, life sciences companies need a well-defined organisation and strategy. Due to significant cost pressure, organisations are increasingly compelled to focus on efficiency gains to maintain their financial situations. Joint ventures, shared services, outsourcing of non-core businesses, alliances with other life sciences players and acquisitions of competing firms are only a few ways to achieve these aims.

In order to make the best use of possible partnerships, life sciences companies will need to focus on:

  • Identifying areas of optimisation and shared services
  • Creating shareholder value

How Deloitte can help

Deloitte offers consulting services tailored towards business development, corporate strategy, financial, legal, academic and R&D professionals including the following:

  • Identification of potential partners or opportunities for shared services
  • Assistance over the whole transaction lifecycle (identification and valuation of acquisition targets, buy and sell-side due diligence, post-merger integration, etc.)
  • Optimisation and exploitation of synergies
  • Assessment of different alternatives and definition of business plans
  • Managing alliance formation, the lifecycle of the alliance and deal valuations by business intelligence tools
  • Advisory services on the execution of business development strategies, negotiation of alliances and evaluation of existing partnerships

Contacts

Luc Brucher

Luc Brucher

Partner | Healthcare & Public Sector Leader

Luc has over 16 years of experience in audit and advisory services mainly in the Life Sciences & Healthcare industry and the commercial, industrial and public sector. He is a member of the Innovation ... More

Karine Pontet

Karine Pontet

Director | Operations & Human Capital

Karine is a Directeur with more than 11 years of experience within the Human Capital advisory and consulting department of Deloitte Luxembourg. Furthermore, she is actively involved in the Luxembourg ... More