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Acquisitions Northwest advises Iconic Liberty Orchards’ sale to a Major International Confectionery firm KDV

26th July 2021

Acquisitions Northwest, USA - Acquisitions NW was engaged by the family shareholders of Liberty Orchards, Inc. to research and locate potential acquirers from the confectionery industry to not only acquire the company and their brands but to commit to remain in Cashmere, Washington, the company’s home since 1920.

The cost of capital counts!

15th July 2021

BCC Advisers, USA - The cost of capital is an important consideration when valuing a business under the income approach. Here’s how business valuation experts determine the “optimal” capital structure for a business and why it matters.

A Primer on Synergies in M&A

23rd June 2021

Edgepoint, USA - The prospect of achieving synergies in M&A transactions is an important driver of value. The concept of synergy is any effect that increases the value of a merged firm above the combined value of the two separate firms. When a strategic acquirer, whether a stand-alone company or a portfolio company of a financial investor, identify...

Should Taxes Be the Tail That Wags the Dog?

19th May 2021

Carter, Morse & Goodrich, USA - In his first address to a joint session of Congress on April 28th, President Biden proposed sweeping changes to the tax code that could alter the after-tax economics of selling a business. Deciding whether and when to sell a company is already an emotionally fraught decision for most owners. It becomes even more so i...

OEM Capital’s best practice insights in M&A

11th May 2021

OEM Capital is a specialist in merger and acquisition advisory and investment banking services for hardware and software companies in the electronics, communications, computer, and photonics industries. We provide merger and acquisition advisory and investment banking services to companies throughout North America.

Valuing distressed companies

27th April 2021

BCC Advisers, USA - Struggling businesses face different financial challenges than healthy ones do. Business valuation experts must factor these differences into their estimations when valuing troubled companies.