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Valuation of a business is the process by which the value of the business is assessed. The multiple method: This method consists of using financial ratios such as EBITDA to estimate the value of the company by comparing it with other companies in the same sector. It is important to note that the valuation of a company is a complex process and it is often necessary to use several methods to obtain a reliable estimate of the value of the company. It is also important to consider non-financial factors, such as market opportunities and intangible value, in the valuation process.


The Memorandum is written by M&A consultants for the company seeking to make an acquisition or a sale. It is important to note that the memorandum is a confidential document that will only be shared with authorized parties and is subject to confidentiality clauses.

The presentation to acquirers may include information about the financial aspects of the business, such as revenues, profits, cash flows and financial ratios. It may also include information about the company's products and services, customers, patents and trademarks, employees and business partners. The presentation to acquirers may also include information about market opportunities and the company's growth prospects.

The negociation with acquirers is conducted by our M&A consultants. The parties involved discuss and exchange proposals to reach an agreement on the terms of the acquisition. Negotiations may cover aspects such as the purchase price, terms of the agreement, warranties and covenants, financing terms, confidentiality clauses and termination conditions. The negotiation is a key moment for the success of the acquisition, because it is where the parties can agree on the terms of the agreement and put in place the foundations for a successful integration. Negotiations can also be a difficult time for employees and managers of the target company, as there may be uncertainties about their professional future and their role in the newly formed company.

Due Diligence is a process by which a company reviews the financial, legal, and operational information of another company before entering into a transaction such as a merger or acquisition. This is a thorough investigation that aims to assess the risks and opportunities associated with the proposed transaction.

Due diligence includes legal and financial checks, such as checking financial statements, checking contracts and agreements, checking pending litigation, and checking intellectual properties. It may also include an analysis of business operations, such as business activities, assets, employees, and partnerships. Our consultants support you in this crucial process to ensure that the risks associated with the transaction are properly assessed and managed before finalizing the agreement

The closing is the final step in the merger and acquisition process, where the parties finalize the details of the transaction and make the necessary payments and transfers to finalize the deal. This is also when the properties, assets and shares of the target company are transferred to the acquiring company.

The process of integrationis the process by which the operations, people, systems, and corporate cultures of the merged or acquired companies are combined after the transaction is completed. The integration process aims to maximize the synergies and benefits of the transaction, while minimizing risks and disruptions.

The onboarding process typically includes the following steps:

  1. Pre-planning: Prior to the closing of the transaction, companies can plan the steps of the integration to ensure that the objectives of the transaction are achieved.

  2. Establishment of an integration management team: Once the transaction is finalized, an integration management team is established to oversee and coordinate integration activities.

  3. Identification of synergies: The companies identify potential synergies to maximize the benefits of the transaction, such as cost savings, productivity gains and growth opportunities.

  4. Establishment of common systems and processes: Companies combine systems and processes to ensure that operations are efficient and effective.

Coaching, develop the company to achieve their goals, clarify the objectives and its priorities - to develop an action plan using advice and support in the implementation of this plan in order to sustain the development of the business :

  1. The business strategy

  2. Time and priority management

  3. Financial management

  4. business development

  5. Indicator management

Tailored to the specific needs of each entrepreneur, based on their situation, challenges and goals. Coaching sessions can be arranged in person or online, depending on the preferences of the entrepreneur and the coach.

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