In the case of a reverse triangular merger, the acquirer creates a subsidiary that moves to the sales unit and then the liquid, with the selling company remaining a surviving business and a subsidiary of the acquirer. The buyer`s shares are then issued to the seller`s shareholders. When it comes to non-tax issues, front-triangular mergers are generally less favourable than inverted triangular mergers. They can have a great influence on the licenses and contracts of the target company, since third parties may refuse to grant contracts and licenses to the acquirer and obtain a price for granting such consent. In this article, three different types of mergers are discussed: forward, triangular, and conversely, triangular. By taking up the main differences and advantages of each, you can decide for yourself which option is right for your business.. . . .