Where two or more parties are involved in a business project, then a partnership or joint venture are the two main options available that will help define roles and responsibilities.
A joint venture is usually short-term for a specific project or period of time where there are key objectives to be met. Both parties will agree to join forces and work together to pool their skills and expertise and optimise their opportunities.
A joint venture arrangement will have:
- shared equity contribution
- shared risk and liability
- shared decision-making
- shared profit
We can help you through all stages of forming a joint venture, from funding options, setting up a limited company, negotiations and drafting documents including shareholders and confidentiality agreements.
- BUSINESS ASSETS SALES & PURCHASES
- TRANSFER OF UNDERTAKINGS
- BUSINESS MERGERS
- CORPORATE FINANCE
- MANAGEMENT BUY OUTS (MBO'S)
- MANAGEMENT BUY INS (MBI'S)
- SHARE PURCHASES & SALES
- BANKING & SECURITY DOCUMENTS
- COMPANY FORMATIONS
- COMPANY REORGANISATIONS
- JOINT VENTURES
- LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIPS
- PARTNERSHIP DEEDS
- SHAREHOLDER AGREEMENTS
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