Advising on mergers & acquisitions and joint ventures requires understanding the party’s business and needs as well as the regulatory regimes that apply. Where multiple jurisdictions are involved, transactions get more complex. Bremer helps clients structure and implement international joint ventures as well as cross-border mergers and acquisitions that advance their business activities and interests in new markets by providing a full suite of advisory services related to corporate structuring, regulatory compliance, and restructuring.
Bremer works with international corporations, fund managers, entrepreneurs, and new ventures seeking to invest or conduct business in new and exciting markets. Our exposure to a broad range of markets and industries provides our attorneys with a global perspective and knowledge of local and regional laws.
Our attorneys have a global perspective and understand the risks associated with foreign regulations, local tax consequences, cultural differences, and shifting political climates. We develop strategies to reduce this risk and position clients for success in their endeavors. In addition, clients have opportunities to benefit from our expertise in corporate law and our intimate knowledge of local customs and culture.
With offices in the Near and Middle East and Africa, Bremer’s attorneys have exposure and working knowledge of the laws, customs, and regulations affecting cross-border transactions. In addition, Bremer knows that no two markets are alike so they work hard to craft legal strategies that overcome the unique challenges of changing markets.
Multinational joint ventures face higher risks. Some of those risks may be attributed to issues such as the choice of jurisdiction, business entity, raising capital, tax, dispute resolution, and exit strategies.
Bremer’s clients span multiple industries and countries. We understand how important it is for clients to have lawyers that understand their business and the various markets in which they operate. Therefore, our attorneys take an interdisciplinary approach to representing client interests and helping them find success, regardless of the industry or country they are in, to ensure they have the opportunity to thrive.
In a landmark development, the Moroccan Competition Council has recently published updated merger control guidelines, offering much-needed clarity on notification obligations under Moroccan merger rules.
Bremer maintains offices throughout the Near and Middle East and Africa, positioning clients for success in the region.
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