The success of a transaction, merger or acquisitions hinges upon properly identifying the transaction objectives, the broader strategic and financial goals, and investor expectations.
The Deal is just the beginning. Deals provide an opportunity for faster growth, development of stronger capabilities, accelerated operational transformation, value realisation and protection.
Your success is what matters, at every stage of a transaction
Putting a value realisation and protection mindset at the heart of all mergers, acquisitions, divestments and crisis situations is critical to differentiation in today’s very competitive deal environment.
53% of acquisitions failed to create value 24 months after completion
The success of a transaction, merger or acquisitions hinges upon properly identifying the transaction objectives, the broader strategic and financial goals, and investor expectations. You need to have the right knowledge not only about your own company, but also about the other party to the transaction, and indeed about the business sector as a whole.
Mergers and acquisitions are complex, multi-stage processes. PwC helps clients at an every stage. We create real value through a successful well-planned and executed deals strategy
No matter what business stage you are at, our focus on value is what will help you succeed throughout the deal lifecycle.
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