Transaction Services

Guiding you through complex transactions
Guiding you through complex transactions

The PwC Transaction Services team works with a range of clients across various industries, helping them to achieve their strategic goals and to make informed M&A decisions.

We guide our clients through various transactions which may result in either an acquisition, disposal or stock exchange listing.

We are the largest dedicated due diligence team in New Zealand and have specialists located in Auckland and Wellington servicing the country.

The team works in combination with other PwC specialists including:

  • Tax M&A team;
  • IT, Operational, HR due diligence specialists;
  • Financial due diligence and other M&A specialists in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, and around the world; and
  • Industry experts drawn from the New Zealand firm and/or overseas PwC firms.

Through our collective experience, we are involved in more deals than any other organisation in New Zealand. The team’s focus is on meeting the challenges that arise in a fluid business environment and solving the key complex issues that surround deals.



Our team of specialists offers a fully-integrated due diligence approach, and with the resources of more than 6,000 people globally, we have the ability to provide companies with complete international coverage.

We are uniquely positioned to focus on the longer-term return from each deal because our services span the entire deal spectrum, from acquisition strategy and evaluation, to post-acquisition integration.

Combining these resources with our industry sector knowledge means we can offer you a world class service.

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Our key services




  • Buy-side due diligence
  • Vendor due diligence
  • Capital markets
  • Other engagements



Completed transactions:

  • Tegel’s $605m vendor due diligence
  • Yellow Pages Group restructuring
  • Heartland Bank merger
  • NHC’s AU$450m vendor due diligence
  • Ecoya’s $10m IPO
  • DNZ Property Fund’s $130m capital raising
  • Kathmandu’s $400m trans-Tasman IPO.