Corporate Carve-Outs


A sale of a subsidiary or division of a large company – a carve-out – is rarely simple.  Complexities surrounding cost allocation, transition services agreements, personnel and often corporate politics can make structure, valuation and negotiations problematic.

These aren’t stereotypical “matchmaking” deals – attention to detail from the beginning through closing make or break carve-outs.  When engineering a carve-out, certainty of close and value preservation are key areas of focus.

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Insight: Chems Gain Focus Through Carve-Outs
ICIS Chemical Business, November 2016

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