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An ESOP is an Employee Stock Ownership Plan under which staff members acquire interest in the company through a particular benefit plan.
There are several reasons why you spend more thinking about selling your company, especially for lower to middle-market business owners.
The landscape of the global energy sector has seen a great deal of change over the years and is primed for even more change in the future.
As media companies continue to need more diverse content and content delivery options, it creates significant opportunities for mergers and acquisitions.
While some expect a modest drop in global M&A value in 2020 due, many experts predict that little change is expected due to sustained economic growth, low unemployment, low inflation, high consumer confidence, and strong corporate earnings.
As the world continues to be more digitally connected and industries become more automated, technology will remain a massively growing market in the beginning of the new decade.
Expanding internationally can help the growth of a business and companies can reap extra benefits from partnering with a global firm through a merger or acquisition.
The Mergers and Acquisitions process is exhausting. For most sellers, it’s a one-time experience like no other and a marathon business event. This Seller’s guide summarizes key, and often overlooked, steps in a successful M&A process.
So you’ve made the big decision – you’re going to sell your business. This is likely a stressful time for you as have probably spent a lot of time and resource building up the company and may be nervous about seeing it pass over to new hands.
The due diligence process is one of the final steps in an M&A transaction where the potential buyer does its obligation to best confirm and verify the seller's company data and relevant information. This information typically includes but not limited to: financials, IT, operations, legal & compliance, insurance, corporate bylaws, contracts, customers, among other important information