Mergers & Acquisitions

Fee Structure

Corporate Acquisitions (Global) (Consultation Per Hour)
Total : 25000/- INR

Corporate Acquisitions (Global)

Acquisitions require strategic planning and implementation to conclude a transaction that combines one Company with another to form a single legal entity. If the transaction is completed successfully yields financial rewards but comes with a number of thorny challenges. The process is complex and requires thorough due diligence, with the trend moving towards aggressive deals and quick Acquisitions in short timelines have increased the chances of the stakeholders overlooking key compliances. The process of Acquisitions is crucial and requires the support of Legal & Tax professionals to ensure that the transaction is concluded in compliance with all the applicable laws.  

White Code Legal and tax team of professionals and experts assist companies in Pre-Acquisitions due diligence, Valuation, Negotiations, Closing the Acquisitions, Post Acquisition Activities, and Risk Management to ensure compliance with ongoing compliances and governance.

Why Make an Acquisition?

Companies acquire other companies for various reasons. They may seek economies of scale, diversification, greater market share, increased synergy, cost reductions, or new niche offerings. Other reasons for acquisitions include those listed below.


  • As a Way to Enter a Foreign Market


If a company wants to expand its operations to another country, buying an existing company in that country could be the easiest way to enter a foreign market. The purchased business will already have its own personnel, a brand name, and other intangible assets, which could help to ensure that the acquiring company will start off in a new market with a solid base.


  • As a Growth Strategy


Perhaps a company met with physical or logistical constraints or depleted its resources. If a company is encumbered in this way, then it's often sounder to acquire another firm than to expand its own. Such a company might look for promising young companies to acquire and incorporate into its revenue stream as a new way to profit.


  • To Reduce Excess Capacity and Decrease Competition


If there is too much competition or supply, companies may look to acquisitions to reduce excess capacity, eliminate the competition, and focus on the most productive providers.


  • To Gain New Technology


Sometimes it can be more cost-efficient for a company to purchase another company that already has implemented a new technology successfully than to spend the time and money to develop the new technology itself.

Evaluating Acquisition Candidates

Before making an acquisition, it is imperative for a company to evaluate whether its target company is a good candidate.

  • Is the price right? The metrics investors use to value an acquisition candidate vary by industry. When acquisitions fail, it's often because the asking price for the target company exceeds these metrics.
  • Examine the debt load. A target company with an unusually high level of liabilities should be viewed as a warning of potential problems ahead.
  • Undue litigation. Although lawsuits are common in business, a good acquisition candidate is not dealing with a level of litigation that exceeds what is reasonable and normal for its size and industry.
  • Scrutinize the financials. A good acquisition target will have clear, well-organized financial statements, which allows the acquirer to exercise due diligence smoothly. Complete and transparent financials also help to prevent unwanted surprises after the acquisition is complete.

Our Services Include:

  1. Tax & legal due diligence.
  2. Tax & legal structuring of the transactions.
  3. Full support during Acquisition of companies and groups.
  4. Post-transaction integration services.
  5. Legal advisory services after the Acquisition.
  6. Transfer pricing.
  7. Tax Audit Services.
  8. Legal Assistants on Income Tax of companies on the aspect of Pre Acquisition.

Service Delivery Process followed by White Code Legal:

  • The Client has to register themselves on our website.
  • Once the Client is registered, we raise a Service Request.
  • The Client receives a proforma invoice with an option to confirm and pay now or pay later.
  • Once the Client confirms, our dedicated relationship manager liaisons with our experts, and clients share a list of client information required to deliver the service.
  • Once we receive the information, we take the required steps to deliver the service and the service request is closed.

Service Inclusions

  • Professional Fees

Service Exclusions

  • GST, Government Fee, and other Additional Taxes

Why White Code Legal? 

At White Code Legal we prioritize and always strive to deliver excellence. Keeping a focus on maintaining affordable prices and delivering 100% client satisfaction we aim to make worth every penny our clients spend with us and build a lasting relationship with them.