Our team of Corporate Finance professionals help both buy and sell-side M&A advisory firms by providing consistent support throughout the process.
We acknowledge how stressful these transactions can be not just for the involved parties but for advisory firms as well that they engage. Our goal is to make that process as smooth and efficient as possible.
Our experienced analysts can help you evaluate potential target companies by using different valuation techniques in order to assess the target company’s standalone value as well as the post-synergy value.
Valuation is at the core of all M&A activities. Assessing a business’s value is the starting point to a transaction whether you are a buyer or seller. A valuation of assets at an early stage of the M&A process enables a buyer to understand the seller’s motivation for the transaction. Producing a robust valuation requires a detailed analysis of the business, and understanding of its key value drivers, its competitive strengths and weaknesses and the risks as well as opportunities it faces.
This detailed analysis is essential for:
Our team has extensive experience in valuing companies and assets across a broad range of industry sectors. We draw on our extensive sector knowledge derived from both consultancy and executive management experience to determine the appropriate valuation methodology to provide well-informed, insightful, robust and transparent valuation opinions.
Our expertise for buy-side transactions include:
Our expertise for sell-side transactions include:
We often hear how bankers like to complain about, well a lot of things, but the top of the list is undoubtedly “investment banking pitch books.” Most analysts swear that you will devote all your hours to creating these documents, while others say that they’re extremely time-consuming but not that terrible to create.
Nevertheless, it is a burden they are always willing to share, or even better, transfer to someone else given the opportunity. We help IB analysts prepare pitchbooks for their M&A clients in order to help them persuade a client or potential client to take action and pay for the bank’s services. If the pitchbook is being used by investment advisors, it may include their biographical information such as experience, educational qualifications, licenses, and industry awards. The sales team of an investment bank uses the details outlined in the pitchbook to sell its services to potential clients.