THE EUROPEAN CONSOLIDATION BOARD


                                      European Consolidation Board for Foreign Industry (ECBFI)

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The ECBFI will work on both sides of a merger to see that compliance is met business in whichever country you are in. This can become legally challenging and is where the Legal     Team step in. The network of International Lawyers work through the fine print of the legalities. 

Areas of speciality: Merger & Acquisitions, Employment Law, Compliance & Financial Regulations. 

ECBFI LAW AND CYBERCRIME: THE ECBFI COUNTER ATTACKS

The ECBFI work and Partner with RSA's Parent Company, Technology Giant EMC at the highest levels to ensure ongoing strengths to continue the winning battle against Cybercrime and to protect our Data .
 THE EUROPEAN CONSOLIDATION LEGAL TEAM

Whether you’re looking to purchase another company or dispose of one, expert legal advice will ensure every aspect of potential deal is looked into and dealt with appropriately in negotiations. Here are just some of the many areas that will need to be examined;

  • Existing supplier contracts
  • Human resources and staffing
  • Timescales
  • Prosecution Corporate Crime & Cyberlaw Protection
  • Copyright and trademark laws

If you’re selling your business, then it can prove difficult to stay focused on the day-to-day running of it if the distraction of negotiating with a potential buyer in the background
The European Consolidation Board know that it is important to note that many mergers & acquisitions often collapse due to the complexity and scale of thrashing out all the details to both parties’ satisfaction.
Finding the right legal practice can play a major role in the success or failure of any merger or acquisition. Without professional and reliable advice there are a number of potential pitfalls;
  • The other party may choose to walk away
  • You could pay too much for a business
  • Your business could suffer during protracted negotiations
Cybercrime continues to show no signs of slowing down. In fact, 2011 marked a year of new 
advanced threats and an increased level of sophistication in the attacks witnessed around 
the globe. As we move into 2012, cybercrime is diverging down a different path as new 
financial malware variants emerge, cybercriminals find new ways to monetize non-financial 
data, and the rise of hacktivism-related attacks breathes new life into an old adversary.
The RSA Anti-Fraud Command Center (AFCC) has developed a list of the top cybercrime 
trends it expects to see evolve over the course of 2012. The RSA Anti-Fraud Command 
Center is on the forefront of new threat detection and cybercrime intelligence, achieving 
several milestones including the shutdown of over 550,000 phishing attacks andcontinues to show no signs of slowing down. In fact, 2011 marked a year of new 
advanced threats and an increased level of sophistication in the attacks witnessed around 
the globe. As we move into 2012, cybercrime is diverging down a different path as new 
financial malware variants emerge, cybercriminals find new ways to monetize non-financial 
data, and the rise of hacktivism-related attacks breathes new life into an old adversary.
The RSA Anti-Fraud Command Center (AFCC) has developed a list of the top cybercrime 
trends it expects to see evolve over the course of 2012. The RSA Anti-Fraud Command 
Center is on the forefront of new threat detection and cybercrime intelligence, achieving 
several milestones including the shutdown of over 550,000 phishing attacks and
THE EUROPEAN CONSOLIDATION BOARD IMPERATIVES

The ease of acquisitions is thus highly misleading. Making the deal does not require management: making the deal work is a straight exercise in managing, both in the initial integration and in the subsequent joint development. The strategic argument must take second place to the management imperatives. Click here to read this in more detail.

 The European Consolidation Board specialises in matching legal teams with the right company.

When it comes to purchasing or selling a business, there’s no substitute for experience. When you’re choosing a legal practice to act on your behalf, make sure they specialise in the areas you need them to work on. If you’re purchasing a new business then your need for sound legal advice won’t end when you officially take over and there will be many issues which arise over time that you’ll need help with.
Things such as employment law, commercial contracts and confidentiality agreements all have a part to play in most businesses and it’s important that you know exactly where you stand on these issues before you make any decisions

Whatever the motivation, mergers and acquisitions are only as good as the management of the people affected. This is the least understood aspect of a management activity which, despite its enormous costs, risks and responsibilities, has been oddly neglected.