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Case study with PwC Singapore
If you are about to start work on an M&A, IPO, or fundraising deal, you’re also about to come across virtual data rooms (VDRs). A VDR allows multiple parties to share and collaborate on a deal’s critical information through a secure and encrypted web platform.
Now, you’re probably thinking, ‘why should I pay for a VDR when platforms like Dropbox or Google Drive let me do something similar, but for free?’. Well, to be precise, a Virtual Data Room is very different from Dropbox or Google Drive.
Here are 5 instances where you should consider a VDR, always:
Deals are complicated and the life of a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) professional is not simple. A typical transaction involves multiple global parties accessing confidential data from multiple locations, as well as significant time pressure from all parties. M&A advisers are responsible for making the deal happen, facilitating the agreement of the parties, and closing the transaction. There is no such thing as a simple M&A transaction and closing a successful deal can rely on how fast and efficient the information is made available. A virtual data room (VDR) can help lighten the burden.
Penta discusses with EthosData how a startup organizes a seed round. Penta is a German digital-only bank for startups and small and medium entreprises, raised early this year a €2.2M seed round.
Technology is a critical piece of the business and all technological tools need to be operating at peak performance for a business to be able to maximize its operation, services and sales.