Joint Ventures

Success fee  -2% or Lump Sum

Duration –  6 months

Fee – Rs 40000 per month as a retainer 

A joint venture involves two or more businesses pooling their resources and expertise to achieve a particular goal. The risks and rewards of the enterprise are also shared. The reasons behind forming a joint venture include business expansion, development of new products, or moving into new markets, particularly overseas. Your business may have strong potential for growth and you may have innovative ideas and products. However, a joint venture could give you

  • More Resources
  • Greater capacity
  • Increased technical expertise
  • Access to established markets and distribution channels
  • Shared Risk

Procedures and steps involved:

  • Business Proposal
  • Deal Preparation- 
  1. Number of parties to be involved
  2. How the JV will be staffed
  3. Structure of JV
  4. Contribution from parties
  • Deal Sourcing- Our experts will help you find the ideal joint venture using various tools and applications keeping in mind the filters like sector, strengths, location, etc.
  • Deal Execution- Negotiations, MoU, Due Diligence, Legal Documentation, and Finalization of the deal.

Required Documents:

 

Nature of JV Entity

Documentation

Incorporated JV entity

Company

■JVA / shareholders’ agreement (“JVA”/“SHA”); and 

■MoA and AoA of the JV entity; and

■Other agreements such as trademark licenses and technology transfers.

 

LLP

■Limited Liability Partnership Agreement

■Other agreements such as trademark licenses and technology transfers.

Unincorporated JV entity

Partnership

■Partnership Agreement

■Other agreements such as trademark licenses and technology transfers



Cooperation/Strategic Alliance/Consortium

■Cooperation Agreement;

■Other agreements such as trademark licenses and technology transfers.

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