In fact, investment activity is one of the riskiest business activities. It requires for large financial contributions from the investor. Many investments should be paid-off for a long time, while each stage of the project bears risks of loss of invested resources.
Why investment project legal support is required?
Legal support of investment activity guarantees the defense of investors against breach of their rights and legal interests regarding investment objects. Professional assistance at all stages of investment payback mitigates risks of negative scenarios, as well as facilitates control over compliance with regulatory acts on investments.
Economic benefit of successful project completion pays off the costs of qualified legal services. Defense of investments by third-party organizations facilitates objective and prompt modification of the company’s activity, jointly with assessment of the current analytics for project performance indicators.
Interlegal services: investment support
Interlegal is a reliable partner and a true assistant in doing business. We will help you to assess the investment projects of any complexity, in terms of financial attractiveness, payback, and efficiency.
To support investors, our law firm provides the following services:
Structuring and legal support of transactions both in Ukraine and abroad: corporate rights, shares, real estate, business;
Organization of guaranteed settlements: escrow, letter of credit, guarantee;
Market conjuncture assessment;
Search of external financing sources;
Development of investment strategies, working schemes, plans, and tender documentation;
Consulting upon investments into foreign projects;
Assistance in obtaining permits and licenses;
Drafting business plans, personal contracts, and agreements;
Verifying investment objects and further business partners;
Workout of the best investment variant (concession, privatization, joint venture, lease, public-private partnership, etc.);
Legal support of investment projects and deals positively affects the speed of business idea implementation, optimizing of time and financial costs for its launch. Interlegal, as a successful partner in transport and logistic services, is ready to defend interests at courts, in cooperation with government services and contractors.
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