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IAG Announces the Closing of Daryl’s Service Glass Ltd.

IAG Announces the Closing of Daryl’s Service Glass Ltd.

IAG is pleased to announce the acquisition of its client Daryl’s Service Glass, Ltd. on March 31, 2017. Headquartered in Cochrane, Alberta, Canada has been in business for over 38 years, repairing commercial glass. The business was sold to a private investor in Drayton Valley, Alberta, Canada.  

IAG Announces the Closing of Action Paving, Inc.

IAG Announces the Closing of Action Paving, Inc.

IAG is pleased to announce the acquisition of its client Action Paving, Inc on February  28, 2017. Based in Vancouver, WA Action Paving, Inc. has completed thousands WA asphalt and concrete projects. The business was acquired by Montlake Capital in Seattle, WA who focuses on industry sectors where we have deep domain expertise, including consumer and business products and services,…

IAG Announces the Closing of Latham Stairs & Millwork, Inc.

IAG Announces the Closing of Latham Stairs & Millwork, Inc.

IAG is pleased to announce the acquisition of its client Latham Stairs & Millwork, Inc. on March 31, 2017. Based in Sanger,TX Latham Stairs & Millwork has been manufactures high quality stair parts, mantelpieces, wood turnings and cedar products for many years. The business was acquired by Concierge Renovation Company, Inc.  

Selling More Than Just Your Business – A Primer on Successor Liability

Selling More Than Just Your Business – A Primer on Successor Liability

The following article is from one of IAG’s partnering groups, AxialMarket. When you sell your company, it’s possible, even likely, that some liability originating from the period of your ownership will befall the new owner who buys your company. This creates for a sticky issue when you are negotiating the terms of the purchase and…

Don’t Overlook Sell-Side Due Diligence

Don’t Overlook Sell-Side Due Diligence

Private equity exits are expected to increase during the second half of this year. One factor driving the growth in deal activity is the looming expiration of federal capital gains tax cuts, which is resulting in a hastening of the deal process to ensure completion by the end of the year. With this heightened deal…

Five Tips to Inspire Innovation at Your Business

Five Tips to Inspire Innovation at Your Business

You don’t always have to be an entrepreneur or form new patents to successfully grow your business.  This recent article by Carol Tice will give you some ideas on how to be innovative within your current business. In today’s marketplace, product life cycles are shrinking, global trade is leading to growing competition and the internet has…

Thinking about starting the “Exit Process”?

Thinking about starting the “Exit Process”?

Do you have a transferable entity, or a high paying job? Too often private, middle market companies are not prepared for the proper liquidity event they desire in their eventual exit. Buyers in the capital markets today are looking for a transferable entity not a high paying job. Risk mitigation in today’s buying community has…

Planning Merger Integrations

Planning Merger Integrations

The M&A climate has been tough in 2016. Not only are fewer mergers occurring, but 50-80% of the completed deals are failing. Whether it’s a clash of cultures, failed synergies, or something in the water, it seems like only a matter of time before you find yourself in the midst of a failed integration. To help us…

What to Know Before Selling Your Small Business

What to Know Before Selling Your Small Business

By Darryl Orht When Deciding Whether to Turn Your Company Over to a Larger One, Consider These Things. All entrepreneurs dream of the day they sell the business. Cashing out, walking away and spending the rest of their days on a beach. In reality, few business owners get this opportunity, though plenty get the opportunity…

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