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Private M&A

Private mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”) are often significant business transactions that companies face and yet each process is unique to the businesses involved in the acquisition and disposal. Therefore, it is crucial that your legal team understands your business, priorities and concerns of the other party(ies) and be able to handle the full range of challenges that M&A can present, be it merger, amalgamation, acquisition, acquisition, asset sale, joint venture, pre- or post-merger restructuring or reorganisations, risk management or specific liabilities.

At ONC Lawyers, our M&A lawyers have a strong track record of deal experience in a wide range of industries including properties development, automotive, logistics, retail and consumer, technology and telecommunications and healthcare. We advise on the full life-cycle of a deal – from heads of terms, legal due diligence, deal structuring, drafting and negotiating all transaction documents and post-completion services.

If you would like to know more about our Corporate & M&A practice or how we can help your business, please contact us at (852) 2810 1212 or at cc@onc.hk.

Please refer to our articles in ‘Knowledge’

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