For many businesses, an exit represents the culmination of many years of hard graft. Often, sellers feel exposed as buyers’ due diligence teams pore over digital reams of paper, looking for things that might impair the value of the deal they’re about to do, either negotiating indemnities to protect that value or reducing the purchase price to reflect the risk.
Buyers, on the other hand, need to ensure they have a clear understanding of what they are buying and whether there are any issues that could make them regret their decision in the longer term.
We understand the competing interests of buyers and sellers on M&A transactions having acted on both sides of the table. Our team combine technical expertise with a pragmatic approach and are used to working closely with corporate finance and tax advisers to ensure your interests are protected.
Florin Vrabie, Toldi Ltd