Posts Tagged “buying a business”

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…

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…

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