M&A Alliances That Turn Bad Deals Into Great Situations
As a business intermediary, you are tasked with valuing businesses and assisting your clients in acquiring or selling those businesses at an attractive price. When faced with a potential transaction where not enough value exists to cover seller requirements, creditor requirements and your fees, or when the asset base or market value of the company does not outweigh the debt, Second Wind can help.
We transact on the underlying business to satisfy secured creditors while eliminating all subordinate debt quickly and without friction. In doing so, we create a pristine, debt-free enterprise ready for M&A or brokerage activity. Our reorganization strategies reduce the due diligence required, lower the amount of at-risk capital for purchasers, and assure that they receive all assets free and clear of liens and encumbrances.
An Alliance with Second Wind will help you earn more and deliver exceptional value to every potential client who comes to you for a successful acquisition or exit strategy. Ask us how.
In today’s market, automation is threatening traditional transaction models. Forward-looking business intermediaries must embrace change and pursue more complex transactions.
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