Toolkit for SMEs: Preparing for M&A and Investment Rounds


This toolkit is tailored for small and medium sized companies and central points in making of their investment decisions.

When I (that’d be Jan) started my law studies one of our more-distinguished professors said that: “during you career you learn to ask more and more questions on each topic and after law school you should be able to present at least three relevant questions on any legal issue”. On the other hand, Mika mentioned that his old boss and partner, a well-known M&A figure, taught him years ago that every M&A deal contains the maximum of three fundamental issues that need to be resolved or ad-dressed. The rest is not that significant. Mika claims that is actually five point that you ought to clear out.

So if you are planning a transaction either as a buy-er or a seller – what are the questions you should ask? Well, we cannot offer here the pleasure of en-joying the bliss of a full law degree, but at the min-imum we can provide you all with a head start and some insights on the matters you should go through to ensure that your deal will be successful.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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