Increasingly, mergers and acquisitions are seen as one of the most efficient ways to turn vision into practice. But to make sure your strategy is going to deliver the desired results - reduced costs, increased market share - you must ensure that implementation in the local market maximises the value of your investment.
In Central and Eastern Europe, PwC has a unique network of tax experts specialising in M&A. Being a core part of this Network, Prague has the privilege to serve as PwC Centre of Excellence for Private Equity for the Czech Republic and the whole CEE region.
To achieve complete success, a merger - whether global in scope or the strategic acquisition of a local enterprise - requires careful planning and expertise across the board, from tax-efficient structuring to the ins and outs of the legal and regulatory environment.
PwC has experience from the year 1993 with the implementation of both global and strategic mergers in the Czech Republic. Our team of experts extends through each group of the Tax & Legal Services department to provide a multi-disciplinary approach to ensure the best solution for each facet of your business plan. Our Prague team now comprises up to 11 fully dedicated tax specialists. Some of them focus exclusively on advising on private equity transactions across the CEE region. With the full reach of the PwC global network behind us, the Prague office is your single point of contact for all your business needs.
Because we know each situation raises new issues and brings new challenges, we work with you to create an integrated, customised solution for all aspects of your merger - from the planning stage, through implementation, all the way until the final deal is done. By identifying opportunities, optimising financial structuring, and managing risk at each juncture, we make sure that the synergy of your vision is not disrupted by any unforeseen costs or surprises.
To select the most appropriate restructuring method, we use a method certified in practice many times. This method comprises six basic phases: