In this edition of the M&A Digest, we include information about the driving forces behind 2016’s bullish M&A activity from a variety of experts, including individual and corporate opinions. Then we take a look at the confusing jargon in the merger and acquisition industry and who could be a potential buyer for middle-market businesses. Click on the headline to read the entire article.
What market conditions are building on top of one another to create favorable M&A activity for owners of privately owned companies? Find out.
Firmex and Mergermarket held a round table discussion comprised of folks with ages of M&A experience to provide insight into where M&A activity is heading in 2016.
Corporate acquirers are pursuing aggressively. KPMG’s survey reveals why and how many buyers are searching for well run businesses in the next year.
M&A jargon is foreign to most business owners, so we created a glossary ofand acquisitions terms to help them as they sell their companies.
A typical list of buyers for your business will include these types. Plus, we explain why you want to have more than one potential buyer on your list.
“Two key components of our success as the leading lower middle-market M&A advisor in North America are the quality of our deal makers and the value of our buyers. Both go hand in hand and are equally important.”
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