Definition of Merger: A full joining together of two previously separate corporations. A true merger in the legal sense occurs when both businesses dissolve and fold their assets and liabilities into a newly created third entity. This entails the creation of a new corporation.
There are many reasons two businesses merge to form a new company. It may be to reduce costs, utilize equipment more effectively, or gain valuable
people or other resources. If you, or you and another company, are considering a merger, our services can help create a more successful outcome.
If we are representing one company, we can find more potential merger candidates, screen them before revealing the identity of our client, and execute mutual confidentiality agreements before information is exchanged. We can negotiate for our client. We are another experienced and knowledgeable consultant giving our client advice throughout the process. Our client receives the benefit of our knowledge and experience to achieve a better outcome.
If we are working for both companies, we can help them complete the process more successfully. Our knowledge of business valuation can help them determine how ownership in the new entity should be allocated. Merging a business is a stressful process. By acting as a buffer between the parties, we reduce the risk that the deal doesn’t happen because one party becomes upset with the other. Our knowledge of the merger process provides valuable information to the parties that makes a successful merger more likely.
Contact us to discuss your situation and how we can help you achieve a successful merger.
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