Transactions

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Managing the transaction process

A company undergoing a strategic transition (e.g., merger, acquisition, reorganization, divestiture) risks losing value and control. The complexity surrounding the transition can impede a company’s ability to simultaneously focus on maintaining current operations, realizing valuable deal synergies, and achieving timely integration.

Without a clear and comprehensive approach and the proper resources, a company could miss unique opportunities, hinder transition efforts, and create unnecessary and potentially serious risks as part of their business transactions.

Rapid implementation and effective integration

PwC’s International Tax Services and Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) teams can help your company identify and analyze the potential tax effects of a strategic transition during the planning and implementation stages of a deal, thereby letting you focus on the business opportunities, barriers, and risks associated with the transition.

We can work with you to:

  • Maintain control of key tax areas during the transitional period
  • Identify and assess potential business opportunities for tax efficiencies, domestic and foreign
  • Develop a longer-term tax strategy to improve the group’s tax and cash-flow position
  • Perform acquisition and vendor due diligence, working closely with PwC’s M&A team
  • Assist with Treasury related matters such as financing a transaction

For more information, contact one of our International Tax Services specialists today.

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Doug McHoney

International Tax Services Leader, PwC US

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