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Mergers & Acquisitions

Our Approach


We assist clients develop their business accompanying them throughout the entire life cycle of their development programme including corporate strategy, target search, due diligence, and fiscal structuring.

Our methodology is a combination of desk research, discussions, on-site visits and application of our internal know-how and solutions.
Working closely with our extensive network of partners we assist clients to buy, sell and merge. We proud ourselves in creating value in the proposition chain by offering the service of:

  • Scouting target companies and potential buyers/investors

  • Business and legal due diligence

  • Market research and development

  • Business valuations and projections

  • Tax structuring

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Selling business

There are various reasons why business owners choose to sell their businesses, such as, hope that new management can turn a greater profit and retirement. If you are considering a business sale, you may need assistance in determining the best time to sell and obtain the best possible price when market demand is high. Having a sellable business requires lots of planning and you would need to:

  • Provide a reasonable value of your business

  • Organise and update your financials

  • Prepare a 1-page pitch deck and a 10-15 pages presentation, including verifiable financials and reliable business and financial projections

  • Involve the right professionals to help you organise yourself, arrive at a valuation and connect with buyers.

We will work with you to find a motivated buyer.

Buying business

As business opportunities are seemingly around every corner, many buyers have a difficult time finding the right one. There is a lot of details and nuances in every aspect of researching and purchasing a business and thus a professional can be very helpful in the overall process. There is however a lot you can do on your own to prepare to make the best decision about acquiring your new business.

For some, due diligence may be the least understood part of the business acquisition process. When looking for a new business to buy, you should understand who the owners are and how business is currently being conducted. Some buyers simply go with their gut feelings, and this leaves many buyers unprepared to face the very real challenges they may encounter in the early stages of operating a business.

As you preform due diligence, you engage in an investigative process by which both buyer and seller should request information about the other to assess the viability of the target company. This enables the buyer to make an informed, rational decision about the acquisition. The most important aspects to consider during due diligence process are the financial books and records of the target company. You should be able to follow the flow of funds to see the income, cash flow, overhead and expenses of the business as it currently operates. Many people simply are not familiar with the process to properly assess a company’s financial records.

Apart from a 100% direct buy, there are other options available, including acquiring a minority or majority shareholding, retaining part or the whole management team and staff, entering into a franchise, and others.

We will work with you to identify the right business for sale.

Some of the Deals 

You are welcome to see some of the projects we are currently working on for our clients and network by clicking here.

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