Persuasive negotiation management

M&A | Implementation

Support of a financial investor in the acquisition of a company

Innovative solution finding with integration of the interests of the seller and the main creditor or supplier in a restructuring environment Consideration of the “human factor” in negotiations with the seller. Coordination of a due diligence with a powerful interdisciplinary team of experts with corporate law, tax law and business management perspectives Goal-oriented solution finding with limited time and cost budget. Execution of a financial and commercial due diligence and preparation of a continuation prognosis.

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Direct marketing
Industrial sector

Solution & result


Substantiated preparation of negotiation options and strategy as well as demolition lines. Pragmatic negotiation and discussion methods in a wide variety of constellations. Consistent, persistent and persistent communication in all directions in the interest of the client.


Despite difficult initial conditions on the seller side, the transaction was successfully concluded. Valetis was able to bring in its customer as a buyer with a strategic concept and vision – in other words as a convincing new “best owner”.

»Without the Valetis team, we wouldn't have made the deal.«

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