The economic disruption triggered by COVID-19 has given companies new opportunities for mergers, acquisitions and global expansion. Setting up a centralized corporate record is an often-overlooked step that empowers the general counsel (GC) to help their corporation seize these opportunities quickly and effectively.
On the other hand, a decentralized corporate record can:
- Delay or negate growth by masking opportunities
- Draw out due diligence processes
- Create deal-slowing questions of ownership and accountability
Download this free checklist to see 10 steps to prepare for growth with a centralized record.