This summer edition of the M&A Weekly Digest features articles about how the manufacturing industry’s recovery is a seller’s dream, six must know M&A terms, and how private equity micro cap funds changed M&A activity across the board. Click on the headlines to read the full articles.
Carl Doerksen examines recent statistics about the manufacturing industry that indicate it will be “healthy and growing for several years to come. In fact, it is estimated that somewhere between three to four million new manufacturing jobs will be created in the U.S. over the next decade alone.”
This is great news for business owners in the industry because it could be the best time in ages for you to locate and close a deal with an optimal buyer.
“Like any other business sector, the exit planning.”and industry has developed a set of terms unique to it…Today we’re going to share six M&A terms that every business owner should know when they start their
“Back in 2005 Riverside Company quietly created the Riverside Company Micro Cap Fund (RMCF), a fund focused on investing in companies with EBITDA below $5 million (EBITDA = earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization – although since 2020 this has now been expanded to include CORONA, making EBITDAC).
Little did others know, but the Riverside staff would like geniuses in 2008 when the market crashed because RMCF’s targets were more stable, less risky firms in the lower middle-market.”
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