Joint ventures: overview

This note summarises the key considerations in establishing a joint venture or other strategic alliance, including possible vehicles and legal structures, and accounting and tax aspects. The note also looks at common documents used in joint ventures such as the shareholders' agreement and subsidiary documents.

Practical Law Corporate (based on an article originally written by Patrick Balfour, formerly a partner of Slaughter and May)


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