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It is crucial for the success of any transaction to determine the optimal structure in advance, often reflecting not only the interests of the parties, but also the interests of the company whose shares are being sold. This depends not only on the discretion of the investor, but also on the current legal and tax solutions and other external circumstances (such as the fulfilment of certain conditions, obtaining the required permits, or carrying out certain preliminary or restructuring measures to prepare the company or enterprise for ownership changes).

The transaction structures most often encountered in practice are: