Case study with PwC Singapore
Before we hear about the latest M&A, joint venture, IPO or fundraising deal in the news, every transaction is clouded in secrecy. So much so that a special code name is used when referring to each deal.
Start by asking the virtual data room these 10 key questions:
Early mornings. Late nights. Lots of running around in between... The life of running a startup!
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:
Every M&A transaction faces unique challenges, depending on the nature of the transaction itself, participants involved and where they are located, budget, or who has access to what documentation to name just a few. And just as every deal is different, there is a marketplace full of virtual data room providers claiming to make the process easier.
Some companies may have a list of requirements for a data room provider, but for others, it can be difficult to know which vendor offers the type of service that will be required.