The accounting rules issued by US and EU standard setters governing various forms of "business combinations"—respectively referred to as FASB 141 and IFRS 3—aren't just of interest to accounting types. To the contrary, they pose risks and opportunities for deal-makers. Consequently, these rules are likely to shape how you negotiate and structure you next capital market transaction.
For companies seeking to raise debt or equity capital in the capital markets, PwC Israel can provide an independent view of the critical issues involved in accessing a particular capital market. Our advice is tailored according to whether you are a smaller, entrepreneurial company unfamiliar with the IPO process, or a sophisticated national or multinational company that regularly uses the international capital markets.
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