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The selling process can be long for some business owners, especially when approached by potential buyers who lack the necessary capital to successfully negotiate and fund a transaction. In such situations, sellers are often left with broken deal costs and fatigue to show for their efforts. Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors encourages sellers to consider these common traits to help vet unqualified acquirers.READ NOW
If you are thinking of selling your business, it pays to plan ahead. Understanding common issues surrounding M&A deals before entering the market can help set you up for a lucrative future deal to meet your exit objectives. Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors shares five things every seller should know about completing an M&A deal.READ NOW
The merger and acquisition (M&A) market showed signs of decline in 2016 from the successive highs it set in terms of number of deals and deal value in 2014 and 2015, respectively. Prior to those years, and since the financial crisis in 2009, overall M&A activity in the United States had successively increased for the most part year-over-year until reaching record levels of deal volume and values in 2015.READ NOW
Attendees at M&A Insight 2016 gained insight on top challenges related to exiting their business and opportunities to increase business value despite today’s economic conditions at a discussion featuring experts from Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Comerica Bank, Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors, Kiley Advisors and Main Street Capital.READ NOW
Fears of global recession hit markets hard at the start of the year, but have seemed to diminish slightly with central banks in key oversea markets continuing their quantitative easing measures to stave off recessionary tendencies in their home markets and the Federal Reserve (the Fed) holding interest rates steady. Although markets abroad and domestically have somewhat stabilized, global economic and financial backdrops are still looming. With a presidential election year upon us and disappointing U.S. GDP growth of an estimated 0.5 percent during the first quarter of 2016, the economic environment remains unpredictable. Anticipating macro-economic trends and taking advantage of the current economic environment, specifically one of continued low interest rates, may help your business position itself to withstand uncertainties ahead.READ NOW