Once shareholders or a board have decided to sell a business or an individual division, there is typically a considerable amount of work to do to ensure the business is sale-ready and the sale price is maximised.
Given the ongoing uncertainty around funding a transaction, investors
For too long the major mining companies and anyone who benefits from the continued boom have continued to talk up the totally implausible notion that China’s boom was just going to continue on forever. Whilst I can’t blame business owners, management teams and the wider fi
The construction industry needs up-skilling in negotiation and cooperative practices, and supervisory and management skills according to the National Centre Vocational Education Research (2008). Also, a positive safety culture requires collaboration, relationship building and supporti
In part 1 we looked at the common legal issues turnaround managers may encounter in the pre-appointment phase; including terms of retainer and indemnity, and solvency assessment. In part 2 we consider the common legal issues for turnaround managers once appointed. Financial instrument
To successfully implement a turnaround, it is critical that the turnaround manager understands the legal framework within which a turnaround is implemented to minimise the risk to the turnaround and also their own personal liability. Here are some of the more common legal issues a tur
Best practise supply chain is a journey, not a destination. No matter how good you are, you will never be able to say “I’ve built the perfect supply chain”. It is that ‘never being satisfied’ attitude that makes the best supply chains in the world just that. Below is a 5 step process
Welcome to the Business Strategy Blog —providing business advice and tips from the executive team at Vantage Performance and industry expert, guest bloggers. Discover more at - www.vantageperformance.com.au