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INVESTING IN HARD TIMES: HOW TO SET UP YOUR BUSINESS IN NEW YORK

Let’s face it, each portfolio is currently undergoing quick remodelling and regrouping of its assets. The market analysis either prompts caution as in “let’s wait and put planned investments on hold”, or, quite the opposite, encourages a more aggressive approach with focus on potential benefits of a market shakeup and spotting opportunities in stocks that […]

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IMPACT OF A PANDEMIC ON MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS

In this uncertain era of the coronavirus pandemic we hear about the slowing of investment processes, the postponement of long planned M&A transactions and talk of uncertainty about the future of mergers and acquisitions. Can we really be sure that a “transaction quarantine” is coming? We would argue that it is important to not lose […]

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DIVERSIFICATION VS SAFETY OF FAMILY ASSETS OR IT’S EASIER TO FLOG A KOSSAK THAN WIRE MONEY FROM SWITZERLAND

The first generation which had the chance to build fortunes after the IIWW has passed away. Today we have the opportunity to see how well they did in ensuring safety of their property and financial stability of their relatives.  While the current availability of multiple financial markets allows for diversification, the approach to investing capital […]

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M&A PROCESSES IN PRACTICE: WHAT CAN GO WRONG

It is safe to say that divergence of the parties’ interests is hardwired into M&A processes. With that in mind, establishing a security for repayment is (or should be) an important factor to account for during transaction negotiations. I am not going to describe the civil law institutions or tools designed to establish various forms […]

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SELLING A COMPANY. HOW TO ROLL OUT AN M&A PROJECT

The importance of preparing the ground for negotiations and then conducting the talks is often underestimated. Instead, negotiations tend to be perceived as a good moment for drawing up a contract focused on a single piece of information that is crucial to both parties, i.e. the price for the shares. Little attention is paid to […]

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