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Our investment banking team shares insight into the current mergers and acquisitions market, including buy- or sell-side expertise, financing or strategic advisory, and more. Start exploring them now!


M&A Advisors Provide Timeline of a Business Sale

When it comes to M&A transactions, there’s no such thing as an ideal timeframe. Each deal is different and many factors come into play. The investment bankers and M&A advisors at Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors offer a guide to sell-side deal timing, including the steps involved and what might cause delays in your transaction.


Close to Retirement? Then You Need an Exit Strategy

If you own a business, your most valuable asset is likely your closely held interest in that company. And if you are nearing retirement, you need an exit strategy. The good news is that there are many options for you to consider. The M&A advisors and investment bankers of Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors have outlined just a few.


Value Drivers and Drainers

Knowing the value of a business — and understanding how to increase that value — is key to maximizing price when it is time to sell. Further, focusing on value drivers and trends in the business over time can also help turn around a distressed company before it is too late. But what value drivers should be considered, and why? To increase value, owners must understand how hypothetical buyers would perceive their business operations. The M&A advisors at Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors provide key factors investors look for when valuing a business interest.


Attracting Buyers: How to Stand Out to the M&A Shopper

Are you considering selling your business? If so, sophisticated buyers seeking acquisitions will typically have specific expectations a desired target should possess. The M&A advisors at Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors explore what may appeal to a large number of prospective buyers to help you maximize value and complete a successful transaction.


Tax Implications of Selling Your C Corporation

When it comes to preparing your business for sale, there are several aspects of your company you begin to evaluate to ensure you are minimizing tax liabilities and maximizing the transaction proceeds. A common area often overlooked by many business owners is assessing whether your current corporate structure is the right fit for a business sale. For businesses structured as a C corporation (C corp), the tax implications associated with a sale are steep, so it is worth considering what they are and how to avoid this potential liability.