Making the Most of Global M&A Opportunities
In today’s global economy, mergers and acquisitions that cross international borders often open up new opportunities for adding value. But they can also pose new challenges that are not encountered in domestic transactions.
In addition to varying legal, regulatory, and political environments, international dealmakers also must be prepared to deal with complex tax systems and variations in compliance with anti-bribery restrictions. Cross-border deals also require the ability to understand and adapt to important cultural differences that can affect not only the transaction itself, but also the crucial integration phase that is so essential to capturing value.
Successfully navigating these challenges requires an experienced team with resources who understand the legal, regulatory, and cultural nuances of each country involved.
Crowe Horwath LLP has extensive cross-border M&A experience in a number of countries. As a member of Crowe Horwath International, one of the largest global accounting networks in the world, Crowe can engage quickly in more than 120 countries, promptly bringing in experienced resources who we have a personal relationship with based on prior cross-border client projects and our global training program.
The Crowe Horwath International network provides coverage in more than 120 countries.
The Crowe Horwath International network brings together transaction teams from various countries as part of its Global Corporate Advisors (GCA) group. The development of GCA was spearheaded by Crowe Horwath LLP with assistance from members in EMEA, Latin America, and Asia Pacific. These experienced international M&A specialists advise our clients on the significant issues and trends affecting the global M&A environment.