KPMG's Accounting Advisory Services practice can help you plan and complete acquisition or divestiture transactions.
KPMG's AAS practice can help you plan and complete acquisition or divestiture transactions
Are you considering acquiring a business?
You are negotiating an acquisition and structuring a business purchase agreement. There are a variety of financial reporting and accounting considerations that you will need to address as the transaction progresses, like purchase price accounting, post-deal integration of the acquired business, transaction related accounting issues and regulatory filing or additional reporting requirements. Does your team have the resources available, experience from similar transactions, and technical knowledge necessary to achieve your desired outcomes?
Have you decided to spin off or sell a division or subsidiary?
The decision to spin off or sell a division of your company has been made and you require the preparation of auditable stand-alone financial statements for inclusion in regulatory filings or as part of the sales documents. Will you be able to prepare the carve-out financial statements and meet the requisite regulatory filing deadlines or those imposed by the acquirer, without interruptions to your business?
How we can help?
Transactions such as a spinoff, sale of a division, merger, or acquisition can be complex and are often subject to specific regulations and reporting requirements. Challenges can arise at multiple stages of the life cycle of a transaction and your advisors should be with you every step of the way.
KPMG in Canada's Accounting Advisory Services (AAS) professionals can help you plan and complete acquisition or divestiture transactions, providing advice and input on an array of accounting aspects at any, or all, stages of the transaction process. Our AAS professionals are highly experienced providing both buy-side and sell-side for a wide range of transactions. Our AAS and other KPMG Advisory professionals, including M&A Tax, Transaction Services, Integration & Separation, and Valuations work together collaboratively in order to address your needs as a single team untied by common experience and effective project management.
Yael Woodward Amaral