Let Our Experienced M&A Intermediaries Help You
Our Mergers and Acquisitions (“M&A”) Division is focused on larger transactions. Most often these businesses have annual revenues from $5 Million to $25 Million. However, M&A intermediary services may be required for any size business when the purchaser is a strategic corporate acquirer (such as a company from within the same industry) or a financial buyer (such as a Private Equity Group), rather than an individual buyer.
Our team of M&A professionals has completed over $200M in combined transactions. Diverse experience as corporate executives, financial consultants and brokers/intermediaries has provided our team with the collective broad perspective necessary to best influence and structure successful middle market business acquisitions. With specific expertise in a variety of industries, including manufacturing business acquisitions, pest control business acquisitions, construction business acquisitions, medical practice and other professional practice acquisitions, and service business and vehicle dealership acquisitions, Acquisition Experts has an M&A advisor who is capable of helping you achieve your goals.
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If you are considering selling your business with annual revenues of $5M – $50M, then our Mergers and Acquisitions Division is best suited to help you.
Our M&A specialists strive to understand ALL of the objectives you would like to achieve in the sale of your business. We often advise and coach our clients for months, or even years, prior to the sale of their middle market business. Our expert M&A advisors can help you prepare for a smooth business succession and position the business for maximum value and marketability. Of course we will develop a customized plan for you and work to deliver the highest price possible. But we also strive to fully understand and satisfy your other objectives:
Contrary to many M&A specialists, we do not believe that the classic “auction” technique is always in the best interests of a business seller. Often times the most likely buyer for your business may have an aversion to participating in this type of process. Negotiating a transaction involves a level of trust between buyer and seller which can often be undermined with an auction approach. However, we do strive to present you with multiple credible options for the sale of your business and prevent any “would-be acquirer” from tying up your business under contract for an unreasonable length of time.
Our expert M&A professionals are compensated on a contingent success basis. Our goals are aligned with yours and we only get rewarded when you are satisfied enough to close a transaction. Give us a chance to win your trust and prove our capabilities. Please contact one of our M&A specialists today to discuss how we can help you prepare for the sale of your middle market business.