Transition & Transaction Advisory

INSPIRED TO MAKE YOUR NEXT DEAL A GREAT ONE

Empower your transaction with invaluable knowledge and resources.

Empower your transaction with invaluable knowledge and resources.

Handing over the reins of a business, or performing due diligence to acquire one, is no easy task. The goals may seem simple, but different buyers and sellers present different challenges to a fair sale. Transitioning to family or employees could bring tax issues. Third parties or private equity groups require the right diligence. An experienced advisor who knows how to get a deal done is critical.

 

Our team has the experience and resources to make your deal or due diligence as seamless as possible. We've handled it all, from family transfers to large-scale business purchases. Our personal approach puts your goals in the spotlight, and our connections with private equity groups can help put all your options on the table.

Latest Insights

May 23, 2019
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Working capital can often get overlooked in a transaction, but its impact on a deal should not be underestimated.
March 20, 2019
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The decision to transition your business is a big one, but there are a few questions you can ask to determine if you’re ready.
February 26, 2019
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When it comes to selling a business, quality of earnings due diligence can help preserve the business’s value and prepare you for potential challenges.
February 24, 2019
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When it comes to selling a business, quality of earnings due diligence can help preserve the business’s value and prepare you for potential challenges.
October 22, 2018
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While each business owner chases success in his or her own unique way, there are some things nearly all owners have in common. Hard work, determination, a vision of what could be, and the will to make it happen—these are the stock and trade of …
October 19, 2018
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All deals are unique in the world of transactions but unique does not have to equate to surprises on either side. A seller wants a defensible position for the value they’re anticipating from a sale. Meanwhile, a buyer doesn’t want surprises while …

Exit Planning: Who's Going to Buy Your Business?

As you and your business mature, you may be starting to think about selling or transferring your business within the next few years. The big question is: who will buy it? You might be surprised at the number of viable options out there – but don’t forget that just as important as finding that right buyer, it’s important to take the necessary steps to get started. Know what your business is worth … and there’s more.

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Chad M. Flanagan
Chad M. Flanagan
Partner
Amber J. Ferrie
Amber J. Ferrie
Partner
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