Multinational reorganizations are frequently required to streamline or eliminate entities, businesses or inter-company arrangements, as well as to achieve improved business alignment. Although they sometimes look deceptively simple, they can be incredibly complex, difficult to manage, and can often require very broad-reaching global and local multi-disciplinary expertise.
Implementation can be fraught with a wide range of business risks such as unexpected liabilities, operational upheaval, larger than anticipated budgets, or even a need to unwind a transaction.
Simply putting in place a multi-country resource team is not enough – you must have early planning and issue identification, cohesive communication, and real-time oversight.
Securing analysis that goes beyond traditional legal advice is critical… advice needs to reflect commercial awareness, practical insights, and provide value-added strategic direction.