Would you like to sell your business one day? Perhaps in the 2020s?
There are many reasons a business owner may want to value a business. It could be simply to understand the worth of the business or to set a base line value for the business to develop future strategies. They may be considering splitting the business between one or more partners or need to settle a shareholder or partnership dispute. They may require a valuation to obtain bank financing or for exit strategy planning. Or you may need to agree a value to negotiate a sale.
Buying a business or acquiring a company is commonly referred to as Business Acquisition. Some might call it Mergers and Acquisitions (abbreviated to M&A). Business acquisition can be described as the process of acquiring a company to benefit the purchasing company (or individual or group). A merger is when both companies join to create one stronger or more profitable business.
Obviously, the answer is to find yourself a decent advisor. They should be able to provide answers to all the questions you might have and guide you swiftly and successfully to the best possible outcome. And equally obviously we would recommend ourselves – Frazer Hall Ltd.
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England has said in his latest news conference on 8 February, that productivity is ‘disappointing’. When we think about the infrastructure in this country this should come as no surprise to anyone.
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