Making your cross-border M&A work
Abstract: International companies can offer great growth opportunities for U.S. businesses seeking buyers. However, foreign buyers aren’t always familiar with U.S. regulations and legal obligations. So the domestic company may have to act as the buyer’s translator, helping navigate the intricacies of the cross-border deal process. This article explains how increased interest from China and other countries can be beneficial, but points out some of the legal, tax and cultural issues that should be addressed during the M&A process.