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Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Services

is a service that DRACO advises, supports investors, business owners, projects, real estate through electronic transaction platform to conduct business, projects, real estate mergers and acquisitions transactions, in accordance with the law

Service purposes and benefits

  • Through technology platforms to help connect the most suitable needs of M&A
  • Transparent transaction information, legal compliance, risk reduction
  • Shorten transaction time, efficiency and minimize costs

Type of M&A transaction

  • Project
  • Real estate
  • Enterprise

Service delivery process

  • Step 1: Select and register the form of M&A transaction
  • Step 2: Negotiate and sign a service contract
  • Step 3: Evaluate, negotiate, and expedite M&A transaction procedures
  • Step 4: Conduct M&A transaction
  • Step 5: Acceptance and liquidate the service contract

Acquisition of Assets/projects: In an acquisition of assets/projects, one company directly acquires the assets/projects of another company. The company whose assets are being acquired must obtain approval from its shareholders.

Management Acquisitions: In a management acquisition, also known as a management-led buyout (MBO), a company’s executives purchase a controlling stake in another company, taking it private. These former executives often partner with a financier or former corporate officers, in an effort to help fund a transaction. Such M&A transactions are typically financed disproportionately with debt, and the majority of shareholders must approve it.

Types of Mergers & Acquisitions. Here is a brief overview of some common transactions that fall under the M&A umbrella:

Mergers: In a merger, the boards of directors for two companies approve the combination and seek shareholders’ approval. Post merger, the acquired company ceases to exist and becomes part of the acquiring company

Acquisitions: In a simple acquisition, the acquiring company obtains the majority stake in the acquired firm, which does not change its name or alter its legal structure, and often preserve the existing stock symbol

Consolidations: Consolidation creates a new company through combining core businesses and abandoning the old corporate structures. Stockholders of both companies must approve the consolidation, and subsequent to the approval, receive common equity shares in the new firm.

Tender Offers: In a tender offer, one company offers to purchase the outstanding stock of the other firm, at a specific price rather than market price. The acquiring company communicates the offer directly to the other company’s shareholders, bypassing the management and board of directors.