December 1, 2020 at 1PM EST | 6PM GMT
To reserve your spot, please email email@example.com.
M&A deals continue to be an effective way to achieve growth, especially global growth. Acquiring part or all of an established company is often the most efficient, least risky means of getting a foothold in a new country. In many deals, you’ll acquire employees who are familiar with your target market and have a proven success record.
Each M&A deal is unique, and your options for getting your new employees and other assets up and running will be determined by many factors. These include: the country or countries your new employees are located; whether the acquisition is a carve-out deal or the purchase of an entire concern; the respective employer obligations of each jurisdiction; whether you have local legal presences; your short- and long-term corporate objectives; and more.
In this roundtable, our experts will describe these options in detail and take you through common scenarios companies face after cross-border acquisitions via real-world anecdotes.
Strategic Partnerships M&A
Hiring independent contractors abroad
16 May 2021
Hiring independent contractors when expanding internationally may seem like a simple, safe and cost-effective solution to testing a new market. But each country has its own laws related to hiring and paying workers, and falling foul of them can lead to serious penalties…
SPAC boom spreads to Europe and Asia
11 May 2021
Vistra launches Employer of Record service
05 May 2021
Vistra announces appointment of Antonio Soler to lead its Americas Corporate business
06 May 2021
Operational outsourcing: Providing resilience and security in a time of crisis
03 May 2021
London opportunities for mid-tier and emerging Latin American companies
20 May 2021