Joint Ventures & Strategic Alliances (NI)

Joint ventures and strategic alliances are increasingly common, as many organisations look towards various partnering arrangements, especially as they try to break into foreign markets. This course provides an overview of the challenges (and potential responses) in managing joint ventures and strategic alliances.
Joint Ventures & Strategic Alliances (NI)


  • Presenter: Cormac Lucey
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Additional Information:

Members price £78.00. Training tickets can be applied against this course.

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Members price £78.00/Non-members £90.00

Course Content:

Understanding the Rationale for JVs
Knowing your strengths
Knowing your weaknesses
JVs: compensating for your weaknesses as you turn them into strengths?
The alternative: going it alone

Establishing the JV
Finding your partner
Negotiating and valuing the JV
Structuring the joint venture to achieve client objectives
Shareholder rights and remedies, deadlock and default

Managing the JV
Management and control
Corporate governance
Cultural issues
Accounting for JVs and IFRS 11, accounting for joint arrangements
Deadlock and default

Learning Outcomes:
Participants will have a clear understanding of the challenges and key strategies associated with joint ventures and strategic alliances.

Who should attend?
This course is suitable for directors and managers who wish to understand the challenges of JVs and alliances and of strategies for managing them.


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