Joint Venture

Joint Venture Capital Raising

We partner with private high net-worth clients, public and private companies, and listed and unlisted property trusts. Funding is provided across industrial, retail and residential sectors in most major capital cities.

Joint Venture Funding involves various forms of direct equity positions sharing risks and profits.

What is a joint venture?

A joint venture is an alliance where two or more parties, usually businesses, form a partnership to share markets, intellectual property, assets, knowledge, and profits.
A joint venture differs from a merger in the sense that there is no transfer of ownership in the deal.

Companies with identical products and services can also join forces to penetrate markets they wouldn’t or couldn’t consider without investing tremendous resources. Furthermore, due to local regulations, some markets can only be penetrated via Joint Venturing with a local business.

In some cases, a large company can decide to form a joint venture with a smaller business in order to quickly acquire critical intellectual property, technology, or resources otherwise hard to obtain, even with plenty of cash at their disposal.

How does a joint venture work?

The process of partnering is a well-known, time-tested principle. The critical aspect of a joint venture does not lie in the process itself but in its execution. We all know what needs to be done: specifically, it is necessary to join forces.
There is always a legal agreement that will carefully list which party brings which assets (tangible and intangible) to the joint venture, as well as the objective of this strategic alliance.