Mining & Metals
Mining and metals transaction advisory services
Our global network of transaction advisory professionals is dedicated to the mining and metals sector, providing our clients with seamless service, no matter where you are in the world. Companies approach Ernst and Young for advice, so that they can make more informed decisions about how they strategically manage capital and transactions in a changing world.
Whether you're preserving, optimizing, raising or investing capital, our Transaction Advisory Services team brings together a unique combination of skills, insights and experience to deliver tailored advice attuned to your needs – helping you drive competitive advantage and increased shareholder returns through improved decision making across all aspects of your capital agenda.
How we can help
The team provides advice and support throughout a transaction’s life cycle, from early-stage, to execution and post-deal activities. Whether your transaction involves acquisitions, alliances, joint ventures, sales, divestitures or securitizations, we help you determine and secure the right deal.
Our sector focus and leadership truly set us apart. We provide our mining and metals clients with transaction service teams that understand the challenges and complexities of your businesses, while using their transaction expertise to add value to your projects.
We work with you in applying proven practices and consistent methodologies with fresh thinking that is tailored to your business. We provide you with the advice you need to make informed decisions, reduce risk and achieve a successful outcome.
Our services include:
- Lead advisory
- Operational transaction services
- Transaction support
- Transaction tax
- Valuation & business modeling
- Capital markets advisory
- Debt advisory
Partner, TS-Transaction Diligence
Contact | +65 6309 8688
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