Deal Advisory, M&A Tax

Deal Advisory, M&A Tax

An overview of KPMG’s Deal Advisory, Mergers and acquisitions Tax services, publications and the latest news.

An overview of KPMG’s Deal Advisory, M&A tax services, publications and the latest news.

KPMG’s Deal Advisory, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Tax practice is a part of a network of professionals which combines global understanding and deal experience with local knowledge of tax jurisdictions. We help businesses with cross-border M&A and other transactions.

KPMG's Mergers & Acquisitions Tax practice (M&A Tax) advises clients from a Ukrainian tax perspective on divestitures, acquisitions and mergers of businesses, joint ventures, and market entry both within and outside Ukraine.

We support our clients through the entire deal process - from initial structuring to closing the deal - as well as through post deal implementation of the strategic plan. We use our knowledge and experience to select transaction structures that, so far as possible, are not subject to the tax legislation changes and can stand up to the tax authorities’ scrutiny in the future.

How KPMG could help?

KPMG’s M&A Tax can help investors properly prepare for and execute transactions so as to reduce or avoid financial pitfalls and unwelcome post-transaction surprises.

Working in conjunction with KPMG's Transaction Services Group, we offer a range of pre- and post-deal M&A tax services - whether the transaction is local or cross-border - which include:

  • tax due diligence
  • structuring an acquisition or disposition
  • tax modeling
  • vendor assistance
  • post-deal integration.

Why choose KPMG?

  • M&A transactions are very time consuming: KPMG consultants can invest the needed time for deal support, allowing an investor's management to focus on the core business
  • Global mindset, which KPMG specialists bring, is increasingly in demand, including competitive auctions and vendor due diligence
  • Transparent structures - which KPMG consultants can implement - are increasingly required by banks and shareholders
  • Transactions are constantly increasing in complexity requiring new technical specialist knowledge
  • Cross-border transactions require project management and multi-jurisdictional teams due to differences in law, regulations, business cultures, time zones and languages.


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