Ankura’s 2022 Scoreboard of Corporate Partnering Activity
Companies are under intense pressure to improve their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance.
Fixing Flawed Environmental Clauses in Joint Venture Legal Agreements: How Operators and Non-Operators Can Live Up to Their Environmental Stewardship Promises
Companies in the oil and gas, chemicals, and mining sectors are among those with the highest environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk profile.
Successful companies actively manage their businesses through periods of economic growth, downturn, and recovery.
The many commercial relationships between a JV and its parents can cause JV partners to butt heads. Here’s our advice on how you can design these relationships to keep the peace.
Joint ventures are a critical tool for companies to access or commercialize new technologies and capabilities, share risk, meet local regulatory requirements, gain scale, and pursue capital-light growth.
How non-controlling partners can use owner-provided services to gain transparency and influence in joint ventures with high ESG risks
How owner-provided marketing services play a critical role in defining the scope and economics of the venture
Most JVs can and should lean on their owner companies for a variety of support – but the benefits may come with costs, risks, and potential conflicts. Here’s our advice on managing these complex commercial relationships.