Template for a JV Finance and Audit Committee Charter.
Tools to assess your JV’s voting rights and whether those should change to reflect evolution in the JV.
Sample matrix covering the most common decisions and authorities in a joint venture.
Introduction to the use of Board involvement grids as a tool to ensure strategic and operational alignment on the role of the JV Board.
A five-part checklist that can be used to structure non-traditional JVs and to pressure-test new deal concepts. We also offer some advice on how to ensure that the JV negotiation process leads to either a “quick no” or a “good yes”.
JVs don’t need more shareholders reviews – but they do need the right reviews. Isn’t it time that the Board took a look at itself, and how the shareholders behave toward the venture? With trillions of dollars invested in JVs, we think so.
Tool to assess different aspects of potential partner compatibility.
Survival of the fittest: Does your JV have what it takes to evolve? The purpose of this article is to highlight some of the findings from a recent Water Street Partners research initiative on the topic.
The most important questions to ask when defining exit provisions for a JV, including boundary conditions, exit mechanisms, and post-termination issues.