Real Business asks five leading entrepreneurs for their best piece of advice if selling your business is objective number one for 2018.
While that all-important business growth capital can be sourced from a number of places, Ian Gillis and Michael Bennett look at how the IPO route can work.
Richard Belsey, senior associate at law firm Wedlake Bell, gives us his tips on the key components that go into a management buyout – touching on commercial viability, a strong management team, eliminating risk factors and trusted advisers.
Established as a way of determining whether particular mergers and acquisitions might have a detrimental effect on a specific sector, we look at the finer details of the Competition Markets Authority.
The uncertainty being caused by the 7 May general election is resulting in many investors holding back on corporate transactions, according to new research from Experian.
With the UK remaining one of the world's most attractive destinations for international investors, Lord Leigh of Hurley, Cavendish Corporate Finance senior partner, looks at why it is an ideal entry route into the European market for overseas companies.
Simon Rous, corporate partner at law firm Ashfords, provides a practical guide on organising a cross-border acquisition and other issues to consider when purchasing from or selling to a party in a different jurisdiction.
There are a host of reasons to exit a business and a plethora of goals, of which the most common is to maximise the price paid. Mark Lucas, of Barlow Robbins, advises nine actions to do just that.
Corporate finance is usually used for large projects of development, growth or acquisitions of another business, and is the method blue chip companies would use. It can be obtained from several sources.
With the onset of the downturn, timing has become one of the most critical factors in creating value on selling a business. Just like stock picking, it is now all about selecting the best time to exit.
Thinking of selling your business? Here are the essential questions you need to ask your corporate financier before starting the process.