Black economic empowerment (BEE)

PwC Corporate Finance understands that the planning and implementation of a Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) transaction is a unique and complex process which requires a significant investment of time and resources from corporate entities, BEE partners, financiers and advisers. PwC is uniquely placed in that we have comprehensive experience in advising both entities seeking an appropriate empowerment partner and empowerment groups on strategic issues, and support in structuring negotiations with prospective targets or partners.

Our credentials speak for themselves and over the years we have advised numerous leading South African and multinational companies to successfully implement long term, sustainable empowerment initiatives. In addition, as corporate advisor to some of the most respected BEE individuals and consortiums in South Africa, we have built up a wide network of potential empowerment partners for corporate South Africa.

As an independent advisor we are able to take our clients through the process of deciding the most appropriate empowerment strategy, designing and structuring the partnership, identifying and negotiating with the best partners fitting the selected strategy, assisting in the design and implementation of a sustainable funding structure, and delivering an appropriate, value enhancing empowered organisation. As we do not lend money into transactions, we offer independent advice as to the optimum finding, appropriate for the transaction.

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PwC is uniquely placed in that we have comprehensive experience in advising both entities seeking an appropriate empowerment partner and empowerment groups on strategic issues.

Contact us

Jan Groenewald
Partner, PwC South Africa
Tel: +27 (0)11 797 5380
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