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What Is An ESOP?
An ESOP is an Employee Stock Ownership Plan under which staff members acquire interest in the company through a particular benefit plan.
What Is A Buy and Build Strategy?
A buy and build strategy is commonly used by private equity firms seeking to expand operations, generate value, and increase returns.
How Long Does It Take To Sell A Business
Selling a company can take several months to even years, depending on factors such as the state of the business, the industry, the market, and the economy.
How To Get More Results Out Of Selling Your Business
Here is how you can get more results out of selling your business: Improve & Grow, Value The Power Of Marketing, Foster A Strong Team, Have Detailed Recordkeeping, Remain Invested, Get M&A Guidance.
How To Retain Top Talent During An Acquisition
Here are four tips on how to retain top talent during an acquisition - know your VIPs, build trust through communication, think beyond bonus, and avoid culture clash.
How to get the Most out of your M&A Adviser
How to get the most out of your M&A adviser, from discussing your goals, to having them project manage the process for you.
The Value Of An M&A Advisory Firm
When selling a company, enlisting the guidance of an experienced mergers and acquisitions advisory firm can make a world different in the transaction's outcome for several reasons.
Why Cultural Synergy Is Imperative When Selling Your Business
When selling a company, the cultural fit between the converging companies is something that should never be underestimated or overlooked.
There is a Buyer for Every Business
Business owners should not limit themselves to one particular type of buyer. Receiving offers from each buyer type, Strategic, Financial, and Individual, enables sellers to explore the best of all options when selling their business.
Break Beyond Limitations – Become a Generalist
Although prior knowledge of how to approach a particular problem helps us to some extent, it can largely hinder our decision making process.
How A Sovereign Credit Downgrade Might Impact M&A Activity
The M&A sector remained resilient even after credit rating downgrade events. While still managing to avoid a downgrade in April, South Africa has found itself at a crossroads of uncertainty since Moody’s Investors Service’s bleak budget reaction that sparked junk status fears for the country.
Benchmark International (South Africa) Closes 9 Deals in 9 Weeks
Benchmark International’s South African office has experienced a sharp increase in deal flow and activity. The company reports having received 51% more non-disclosure agreements from interested parties and a 71% increase in the number of offers received for client businesses than in the corresponding period last year.
The Ultimate Glossary of Terms for a Mergers & Acquisitions Transaction
Here is a list of common Merger and Acquisition terminology that will assist you and make the process smoother if you are buying or selling a business.
Understanding The Inverted Yield Curve
The inverted yield curve is a situation that occurs when the interest rates on short-term bonds are higher than the interest rates paid by long-term bonds.
5 Things Sellers Wish They Had Known Before Selling Their Business
Ready to sell your business and explore a new opportunity? Learn the five things business owners wish they had known before selling their company.
What is Private Equity? FAQs About the Industry
Have you ever considered private equity investment but would like to know more about how the industry works? Read these FAQs to find out more.
Should You Hire An M&A Advisor To Sell Your Business?
If you are serious about selling your company and getting the best deal for yourself and your employees, you should absolutely hire an M&A advisor.
How Should your MBO be Funded?
If you have decided to embark on an MBO, what funding options are available?
Why Buy-and-build Strategies Work
If a buy-and-build strategy is executed correctly, a great deal of value can be created when smaller companies are combined under the control of a new company.