Buying, merging or selling a business in Auckland? Whether you have invested your whole life in your business, or you are about to, you want to make sure you give your commitment justice with the right advice.

McVeagh Fleming business mergers, sales and acquisition services include pre-sale and pre-purchase due diligence and related advice, drafting and negotiating agreements and assisting structure or complete banking and finance arrangements.

The firm's legal experts can help you identify and work through all relevant matters that may arise during a sale and purchase, such as issues with leases, contracts, assignment, employment law, or other statutory and regulatory compliance.

We also provide advice to parties on the best structure for the sale or acquisition, including whether the sale and purchase should be best structured as a business and assets as a going concern, or whether there are good reasons for a sale or purchase of all the shares in an operating company.

Our experts have been involved in sale and purchase of many types of business, including those in specialist industries or markets. The team can readily identify and assist you with any particular issues different companies may raise for a buyer or seller. We can identify problems and pitfalls for you and help you identify and avoid them.

If you are considering buying or selling a business, contact one of our experts, who will be happy to help you.

Recent Insights

October 2022

Mergers and Acquisitions can give your company a competitive advantage, but when is it the right move?

Mergers and acquisitions ("M&A") are often used as critical methods for expansion. Some companies may plan successful M&A strategies such as using good economic times to strengthen their finances (paying down debt and accumulating cash reserves), and when a recession or slowdown comes, buying at low valuations.
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November 2019

Enactment of Partnership Law Act 2019

The Partnership Law Bill was introduced to Parliament in May 2019 as a revision bill, subject to the revision powers set out in s 31 of the Legislation Act 2012. Therefore the 2019 Act does not make any substantive policy changes. Nevertheless, re-enactment of the 111 years old Partnership Act 1908 in contemporary language, style and format is intended to make the law more accessible, clarify Parliament's intent, and reconcile inconsistencies within the old Act.
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November 2013

Know Your Business - Things You Should Think About Before the Sale

When it comes to a business sale you need to "know your business". It is far too easy for assumptions to be made that are not incorporated in thesale agreement itself. In this article, we comment briefly on some of the things you should think about before seeing an agent or putting pento paper.
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