Shareholder-Provided Services in Joint Ventures


Many joint ventures purchase services from one or more parent company. They do so to access parent scale and expertise, or to get off to a quick start. Such services also can provide a parent with added transparence, assurance, and influence over into day-to-day venture operations – for instance, by providing financial management systems, accounting support, internal audit services, or assistance in regulatory and government affairs.

With more than 60% of JV management teams claiming dissatisfaction, should JV boards be doing more? Download the pdf to learn more. 

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