Opportunities abound for companies to elevate their risk management game in joint ventures by improving practices and raising expectations.
JV negotiations are only the first battle – once a JV is established, another wave of problems awaits.
Alliances can be powerful creators of wealth – but come with no guarantee of success. Improving the odds requires a dedication to the art and craft of alliance structuring.
For companies to consistently succeed at joint venture dealmaking, they will need creativity, rigor, and a map for what good looks like with the Standards for JV Dealmaking Excellence.
ESG partnerships are proliferating across the natural resources sector as the shift to a lower-carbon economy intensifies. We recently analyzed how these deals are being received by the market.
THE NEXT FRONTIER: Elevating ESG Performance in Non-Controlled Joint Ventures in the Natural Resources Sector
TODAY, as environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues take increased prominence and companies invest heavily to reduce their environmental footprints, natural resource companies have made only tentative steps to actively manage and shed light on the ESG performance of their non-controlled joint ventures.
The purpose of this article is to discuss a broader set of opportunities for companies to elevate their risk management game in joint ventures.
Why keeping board attendance to a manageable size leads to better outcomes.
The purpose of this note is to briefly describe common gaps in how JV Directors are selected for most JV Boards, and to share what best practice looks like for JV Boards to play a proactive role in shaping their future composition.