In today’s rapidly evolving global business landscape, organisations constantly seek ways to adapt and maintain a competitive edge.
The continual swirl of challenging macroeconomic headwinds has created a turbulent environment for businesses across the globe. As organisations look to steady the ship, many find themselves assessing their growth plans and revising their strategic focus.
This shifting operating environment has spurred an increase in carve-out transactions as organisations seek to divest underperforming or non-core assets to optimise efficiency and drive value. At the same time, the market value for these assets doesn’t always reflect sellers’ demands.
A well-positioned asset with fewer variables is still attractive in the market and will likely increase its appeal as access to capital improves. However, these transactions have become increasingly complex and are fraught with challenges that can significantly impact their success. Developing a clear picture of the standalone carved out entity is critical to attract the highest number of bidders in order to realise the maximum value available in the market.
In our latest insights we explore the headwinds impacting carve-out transactions and the risks and opportunities businesses can capitalise on in the current climate. We also identify the best practices and strategic recommendations for navigating these complex transactions, enabling companies to achieve their goals of improved efficiency, agility, and value creation.