Post Merger Integration and Carve Out

Implementing integration and separation plans effectively

Changes in the market environment can force you to adapt your strategy to new trends and requirements and refocus your business model accordingly. Acquiring other companies or selling off your own, no longer relevant segments represent promising opportunities to react to the new market conditions. Your company is faced with extreme organizational and structural challenges. We merge company structures (post merger integration) on the premise of releasing synergies for financing. Alternatively, you can separate structures (carving out) with the goal of establishing your own business model. We show you how to plan and carry out your desired action in a consistent manner. And increase value instead of eliminating it.

Post-merger integration

Realizing synergies

The overriding goals of a post-merger integration (PMI) are to achieve synergies and to create a resilient operating model for your company. By structuring your integration process in an effective manner, you can then face the associated complexity, thus meeting the high expectations of such a merger.

In our experience, certain success factors have proven to be particularly effective in reaching the goals of a PMI and in reducing or avoiding typical sources of errors. 

Carve out

Separating structures carefully

When companies or segments of companies are dissolved, the challenge lies in clearly identifying, then distinctly separating, the commonly used structures and processes of the individual entities. We systematically organize resources like IT that are used jointly. We separate infrastructures in a systematic manner and verify the effectiveness of remaining contracts. Our goal is to ensure the integrity and functionality of the remaining business models for you.

We support your company in the areas of:

  • Systematically designing new business and organizational models
  • Pragmatically achieving synergy and cost-saving potential in the course of a carve out
  • Working out a strict and controllable procedural model
  • Securely anchoring financial targets within the company management