We’ve got a look at why the M&A market favors sellers right now, an analysis of the private equity activity in Canada, and more in this week’s M&A Digest. Click on the headlines to read the entire articles.
You’re here because you want to stop that awful procrastination habit, so we’ll dive in before you put off reading this article. But first, a disclaimer: Overcoming procrastination takes self-awareness and new behaviors. All seven of these strategies probably won’t work for you, so find the ones that do and incorporate them into your routine.
We look into why all business owners need to know what their companies are worth, timing yourwith the market, a great source for growth capital, and more. Click on the headline for the full piece.
The M&A industry is buzzing with activity. We take a dive into what types ofare most popular, the specific industries private equity groups like to invest in, and where M&A activity is headed in the coming months. As usual, click on the headline to read the full article.
We continue looking the M&A Basics series with a look at recasting and succession planning, as well as share errors to avoid when selling your company, the challenges of selling a family-owned business and more. As usual, click on the headline to read the full piece.
“Let’s face it – the equation is not balanced. You will most likely only sell one business your entire professional career. Buyers, especially those working for equity firms and corporate strategics, will make dozens ofin their careers. Because of this, they have the upper hand and can negotiate deals aggressively to their benefit, not yours.”
This M&A Digest features discussion about your company’s HR policies on being buyer buyer, the timing of hiring an M&A advisor & the right time to, the level of confidence bankers have in the , and business disaster preparedness. Click on the headline to read the full piece.
This week’s M&A Digest discusses several studies that analyze merger and acquisition activity, manufacturing M&A activity and how business owners are hurt without anplan. Click on the headline to read the full article.
Companies with multiple family members in the ranks face a unique set of problems, since their personal and professionals lives are so entwined. While there are hurdles that can trip up family businesses, the good news is that they can be avoided and, if need be, corrected.