This week we discuss the critical role M&A firms play in closing deals, how manydepend on the ROI from private equity, and a better way to motivate your . Click on the headlines to read the articles in their entirety.
Last month Mergers & Acquisitions magazine, published by the Association for Corporate Growth, produced an article that focused on how equity firms historically have worked on sourcing acquisition targets. In it, buyers explain why they prefer working with business owners that utilize the services of an M&A advisory firm.
“The important role that private equity plays in ourcannot be overstated. Despite the campaign rhetoric we have been hearing for the past several months, the reality is that millions of Americans are dependent on the ROI (return on investment) that private equity generates for its investors.”
“One of the most common techniques we see is providing employees with company stock so that they feel like they have an ownership position in the business. The goal of this method of motivation is great, however, when it comes to the eventual sale of your company it comes with one huge downside: Your employees get to vote!
Fortunately, there is an alternative method you can use to give your employees the feel and pride of ownership without giving them voting rights.”
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