Challenges may arise in connection with a company transfer, especially late in the process, as the management may have an incentive to serve the buyer's future interests rather than the interests of the seller.
This challenge can be addressed by introducing the right remuneration strategies and incentive schemes in the company prior to the initiation of a sale process. For example, through offering share-based payment to the management, a future seller can ensure that senior employees will be interested in obtaining the highest possible price for the company for the seller, and thus will carry on looking after the seller's interests right up to closing. We have extensive experience in preparing incentive schemes and remuneration strategies.
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