In a joint venture, two or more organisations create a legal entity to develop a new set of services.
In addition to its specific legal characteristics, the joint venture may develop its own brand, create its own management team, and use its own balance sheet to develop the business. A joint venture can have a fixed life to deliver a specific project, or an open-ended life.
Our Joint Venture Programme supports our client to determine the relative merits of a joint venture; assisting with negotiating commercial terms; launching the Joint Venture; ensuring fair disclosure and efficient disclosure of information ; and effective winding-up of the Joint Venture at the end of its useful life.
Case studies can be provided upon request.