Financial reporting is an important source of information when negotiating an acquisition, a sale or setting up a joint venture. This includes valuation, post deal integration, transaction-related reporting issues and compliance with required laws and regulations. Mergers, acquisitions or a sale of a division often lead to complex reporting questions. Examples of pre and post deal reporting issues:
- A carve-out of activities, including the preparation of carve-out financial statements.
- Estimating the impact on financial reporting of accommodating a part of the company in a joint venture.
- The impact of a target's different accounting policies or GAAP on financial statements in an acquisition.
Our professionals can help you with accounting advice during the various stages of a deal. Our knowledge of and experience with the transaction process enables us to respond effectively to issues that are relevant to financial processing before, during or after the deal. Through our multidisciplinary approach, we can advise you on the most appropriate reporting and integration strategies. We do so in collaboration with various (sector) specialists within KPMG.
For more information, please contact Niels Ebbinkhuijsen or Gijs de Graaff.