National and cross-border corporate mergers and acquisitions constitute a significant focus of work at Binder Grösswang. The majority of our lawyers are engaged in this key area.
The Binder Grösswang Corporate/M&A team is committed to fulfilling our clients’ business needs. We are consistent, focusing on speed-to-market execution and are able to protect our clients’ interests throughout all phases of the transaction.
We contribute many years of experience in transactions, sectoral expertise, and the ideal structuring of transactions, as well as supporting our clients in the implementation of their corporate strategy.
In addition, the Corporate/M&A team looks after limited corporations and partnerships as well as private trusts in all day-to-day corporate matters, advises on the structuring of transactions and represents its clients in connection with complex, mostly cross-border contractual projects.
We attach great importance to collaboration along the various practice areas and assemble our working teams individually for each project. We call in experts depending on the specific case and needs — particularly from the areas of tax law, cartel and competition law, employment law and capital market law.
M&A focuses on private mergers, disposals and acquisitions of companies, businesses and assets, auction processes (both on the buy and sell side), public takeover offers, private equity/venture capital, leveraged buy-outs and management buy-outs, corporate finance, privatisations, distressed M&A and reorganisations, strategic alliances and joint venture agreements, syndication, shareholders and voting agreements.
Our corporate focus is on national and cross-border reorganisations such as mergers, reconstructions, spin-offs, divestitures, tax-driven reorganisations, corporate housekeeping, proxy contests, compliance, corporate governance, preparation of and representation in shareholders’ meetings, advising of executive bodies (managing boards and supervisory boards and private trusts).
Commercial contracts centre on cross-border projects, distribution contracts, outsourcing projects, bidding agreements in international invitations to tender, long-term service and supply contracts.
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