From inception to exit, there are many events within the business lifecycle that require you to have an understanding of the value of your business.
Determining the value of a construction company in a merger and acquisition (M&A) transaction is unlike most other businesses. The numerous variables surrounding construction operations makes predicting a valuation challenging, and sometimes the highest value to the seller requires unique terms and conditions in a sale.
There are many types of intermediaries available to assist with the sale of your company. Partnering with the correct M&A professional is essential to a successful transaction and, understanding the different qualifications and services provided by each type of professional will prove to be invaluable.
Employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) offer business owners a flexible option for liquidity, business succession and incentivizing employees.
You have determined you need a business valuation, and now you would like to know what to expect during the process.
Are you thinking about selling your business? Do you know if your business is in the best possible condition to reap the most advantageous outcome?