M&A is short for “merger” and “acquisition”. A merger is done when two business entities, usually of roughly the same size, combine their businesses to form a new business entity and both previous owners have an ownership stake in the new entity. An acquisition is done when one business entity acquires (buys) another.
We provide M&A services for businesses with revenues under $10,000,000.
M&A involves the size of the deal. Opinions vary, but normally, the smallest M&A deal involves businesses with EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) of at least $1,000,000.
M&A involves the process whereby a business is sold. The M&A process to sell a business includes a business valuation by an accredited appraiser, a more complete presentation package for the potential buyer, and a targeted search for buyers.
M&A is not investment banking. Investment bankers provide banking services, such as raising capital or doing an initial public offering.
Contact us to discuss your situation and learn more about how we can help you sell your business with our M&A services.
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