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Strategic Alliances

Various forms

Support by M & A Strategie GmbH

There is no binding definition of Strategic Alliance.

A Strategic Alliance may be a loose cooperation in order to reach corresponding or even common strategic goals, depending on the agreement and binding nature of the commitment. A Strategic Alliance, however, may also be relatively firm business combinations where individual units intensively exchange information, together pursue research and development, exchange employees or use common supply sources etc. Reciprocal investments are also possible, up to reciprocal equity participation.

M & A Strategie GmbH supports you in establishing a successful Strategic Alliance, from concept and design to identification of partners and implementation of this form of co-operation. If you have concluded a consultancy mandate with M & A Strategie GmbH, we will lead you through the following individual stages of consultancy, which are basically also applicable to general cooperations and Joint Ventures. This requires the conclusion of a respective Consultancy Mandate with M & A Strategie GmbH.

Phase 1:
Strategy Design

  1. Strategic definition of the company position, company analysis, evaluation of the strategic gap
  2. Deriving, structuring and determination of an alliance strategy
  3. Drawing up of a search profile

Phase 2:
Identification of Potential Contractual Partners

  1. Identification of suitable alliance candidates (Long List)
  2. Selection in concert with the client
  3. Anonymous establishing of contact with the selected alliance candidates
  4. Identification of suitable alliance candidates with the client (Short List)
  5. Creation of an Information Memorandum for the alliance candidates

Phase 3:
Establishing of Contact and Exchange of Information

  1. Establishing of contact and initiation of negotiations
  2. Reciprocal disclosure of relevant company data
  3. Structuring of alliance

Phase 4:
Negotiations and Conclusion of Contract

  1. Letter of Intent
  2. Contractual draft by external legal and tax advisors
  3. Concluding negotiations
  4. Contractual conclusion certified by public notary