trusted advisors in the m&a scene

Most tech companies across Southeast Asia are likely to exit via m&a (rather than IPO). We can help you prepare for that journey. As m&a experts in the tech space, we work with our clients throughout their life-cycles to maximise value on exit.

Our corporate lawyers have advised on hundreds of acquisitions and exits over the course of their careers, involving entrepreneurs to the largest multinationals. We also help startup companies seeking to grow by the acquisition of other tech businesses in the region, which might involve share or asset purchases, or acqui-hires.

"Simmonds Stewart played a key role in helping Fave reach some major milestones."

joel neoh, ceo, fave

tech m&a resources

m&a term sheet

This is a template term sheet for use when one tech company is acquiring the shares of another tech company. 

m&a due diligence checklist

This Due Diligence Document List is a list of legal documents for review by potential investors.  Investors are likely to request additional documents, depending on the nature of the company’s business, but this list is a good starting point.
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