After a Thanksgiving Break, we’re back with information-filled pieces about going public, the plight of the baby boomers, record-setting M&A activity, private equity targets and more.
After taking a look at the numbers – the cost as well as how many companies go public vs. how many are acquired – you may rethink your desire to file an IPO or initial public offering.
Timing, always an important factor inand succession planning, has an even more complex nuance that Baby Boomer business owners need to understand.
“As we have discussed several times during the past 12 months, there is no doubt that we are in the midst of one of the strongest M&A markets in a long, long time. However, now some analysts are actually predicting that 2015 may in fact turn out to be the best seller’s market since records have been kept.”
What is the add-on strategy and exactly how popular is it among private equity groups? Private business owners will be interested in the answers to both.
American private equity firms have a substantial amount of money to invest at their disposal. Which businesses are they looking at and how do SMBs fit in?
Most business owners are under the impression that private equity firms only invest in very large companies. Is this true?
One of the most talked-about topics in the M&A community lately has been the tremendous amount of capital committed to equity firms that has yet to be invested.
Today we reflect on what we are thankful for as a company at Generational Equity, the leading M&A advisory company forbusinesses.
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