After years of selling technology companies, here is my list of 10 things a mergers and acquisitions advisor or broker should do for you when you sell your company.
I was part of a diverse panel of M&A advisors and experts at the NexGen 2021 conference, where we discussed how MSPs should navigate the M&A market in 2021 and 2022. Here’s a recap of valuable insights in case you couldn’t make it.
It has been over two years since I have written about M&A fees, and I felt it was time for an update. After all, a lot has happened in two years! Here are highlights from M&A fee surveys, and takeaways from my personal experience over the last two years.
Getting a Letter of Intent (LOI) signed with a company or individual you want to sell to is an accomplishment. Unfortunately, there are almost always bumps in the road before a deal is closed at the price and terms specified in the LOI. Here are some of the most common bumps that can appear, and what you can do to mitigate or avoid them.
The day you receive your first LOI is pretty special. Someone is ready to give you hard, cold cash for your years of effort. Now what? Here are the top questions about LOIs.
Understanding the difference between an IOI and LOI can be difficult for anyone new to M&A. Here are the most common items you MIGHT find in an IOI.
Summer is the time to relax, but it is also a time for us to sharpen our minds and think about how to be more strategic in our business. Therefore, whatever reading we do engage in should be quick, easy, and impactful.
Add-on acquisitions are on the rise, and it doesn’t look like they’re slowing down. If you’re considering selling your small to mid-sized company in the next few years, this is great news.
Here is a scenario I see time and time again…. The owner has been running the company successfully for 20+ years and is now thinking about exiting. They share with the prospective buyers that they want to exit shortly after the sale. Buyer response……. Who is your 2iC and can they run the business?
This due diligence request list will help you understand what documents are required for due diligence and when a buyer is requesting too much info.