Mergers & Acquisitions, Compraventa de empresas
1 February. 2016

70% of the value of a company lies in finding the suitable buyer

Many business owners will sell to the first buyer without taking into account other potential buyers. When selling your business it is important to ask questions specific questions. Is this the best buyer? Is he the one that can pay the most for the business? Business owners often rely on a lawyer or an auditor […]

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Your strategy is what you´re doing right now. Do you like it?

11 October. 2017 No Comments

The strategy is not what you plan to do or what you dream of being. Your strategy is what you´re doing right now. That is your real strategy. All the rest are dreams. You cannot become what you want if you keep on being the same. Think about the difference between what you want to […]

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Specialty Credit Lending Expanding from US to Global Markets

26 September. 2017 No Comments

Venture debt is typically employed by emerging companies that may be currently small, are well-backed by professional venture investors, and are expected to grow rapidly. Funds are deployed to bridge rounds of equity funding and to acquire capital equipment used to develop technology and generate revenue and growth. As venture capital is increasingly accepted worldwide, […]

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The best buyer is not the most obvious one

14 September. 2017 No Comments

Many businessmen sell their company to the first person who gives them an offer. Big mistake. If you have spent many years building a business, looking after every detail, and creating value, don’t just sell to the first person willing to buy from you. Plan the sale and look for the ideal buyer. Of course, […]

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Slave of your own company?

3 August. 2017 Tags: , , No Comments

Just because you started or inherited a company doesn’t mean you need to spend your entire life dedicated to it. After many years doing the same thing, business owners might become fed up. Many have already made enough money to live comfortably for the rest of their lives and now they would like to focus […]

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The blood of your company

21 June. 2017 1 Comment

Lack of cash is the main reason for business mortality. It is not just a problem for companies that lose money, it might also be for those making profits. Many companies with growth and profits go bankrupt for an unexpected shortage of cash. Most frequently this happens to companies that have small profit margins and […]

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Acquisition of Small Companies as a Source of Innovation for Large Companies

12 June. 2017 Tags: , , , , 1 Comment

We are in a business world where every day there is more competition and more challenges for companies. It is in this complex environment that innovation transforms into the primary source for competitive advantages. Recall that a competitive advantage is a characteristic that develops companies and allows them to differentiate themselves from the competition and […]

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Agriculture Sector M&A and Earnouts

5 June. 2017 Tags: , , No Comments

As in every sector, agriculture company owners and investors often disagree on valuation when  negotiating the terms of a potential company sale.  This is particularly the case when a valuation is based on a company’s future cash flows, which may be very difficult to reasonably forecast given the inherent volatility of agriculture commodity prices.  This […]

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The effect of WannaCry on M&A within the cybersecurity industry

18 May. 2017 No Comments

A new version of ransomware swept the globe last week, affecting hundreds of thousands of users in more than 150 countries. Ransomware is malicious software (“malware”) that locks up a computer’s files and, in order to get access to them again, users must pay the hackers. Typically, that payment is made with untraceable Bitcoins. Ransomware […]

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5 Key Agriculture Sector Investment Issues

18 April. 2017 Tags: , , No Comments

Investing in the agriculture sector can provide numerous benefits, including a partial shield against inflation risk, the prospect of cash flow as well as fixed asset value appreciation and several types of optionality, such as the ability to change a property’s crop mix and even its fundamental use. Despite these advantages, companies in the agriculture […]

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