Investment bankers or business brokers typically structure the sale of a business. How are the deal terms and structure put together for different types of buyers? Private Equity Groups (PEGs) can also be critical components of an M&A transaction. Learn how PEG’ select investments and how they value the potential business investments. The PEG’s will share their process for the selection of businesses to invest in and reasons for the investments.
- What are and how are the deal terms determined?
- How are deal terms different for strategic versus financial buyers?
- Does the structure of the deal really matter?
- What role does Private Equity play in the sale process?
- How to use PEGs to create shareholder/equity value and better position the company for an exit
- Deal structures PEGs engage in with business owners
- Ways to take “Chips” off the table for the business owner and position the business for sale or generational transfer
About the Presenters:
Learn from industry experts, Greg Robinson, Managing Partner, RLG Capital, John Newman, Principal, Capital Partners, and Dan Shea, Managing Director, Objective Capital.Meet the Presenters