Learn what a net working capital purchase price adjustment is and what can occur in an M&A transaction that would lead to one being required.
Understanding Net Working Capital Purchase Price Adjustments
MelCap Partners was awarded the Divestiture Deal of the Year by The M&A Advisor. Learn more about the award and transaction here.
In Part 1, we talked about adding value in M&A transactions. We will now discuss the basic components of deal structure in M&A transactions.
Thinking about selling your business? You need an experienced investment banking firm that can assist in adding value during transactions.
Net working capital is a measure of a company’s operating liquidity and its ability to meet short-term obligations and fund the operations.
Whether a business owner is interested in selling now or in the future, it is never too early to have an experienced deal team in place.
Selling a business for the first time? You need to understand the components of the acquisition purchase agreement. This article will walk you through it.
This article on transitioning a business to the next generation by Albert D. Melchiorre and Evan J. Lyons was originally published in Smart Business.
This article on corporate divestiture trends by Matthew M. Sweet and Marc A. Fleagle was originally published in Smart Business.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. Here are specific things you can do to maximize value during an M&A transaction.