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Selling Your Business & the Value of Accounting Records

M&A Current Environment 2020 and 2021 have been record years for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) despite COVID19.  Liquidity in the marketplace, abundance of retiring baby boomers, and low interest rates continue to fuel the M&A market.   This seller’s market has allowed multiples for selling businesses to remain at high levels.  Investment bankers representing sellers are

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Hiring an Investment Banker?

Since the economic recession that started in 2007, many people have perceived investment bankers negatively. The recession was caused in great part by the careless and unwise actions of investment banks and their regulators. Despite the negative impression people have of investment bankers, they are extremely beneficial for the economy and for individuals and companies

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Securities Act of 1933

See Also: Primary Market Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Investment Banks Secondary Market Initial Public Offering (IPO) Securities Act of 1933 The Securities Act of 1933 was a landmark decision in the United States to regulate the issuance of newly issued shares into the market – an initial public offering. The act is also there

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Primary Market

See Also: Investment Banks Initial Public Offering (IPO) Secondary Market Securities Act of 1933 Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Primary Market Definition The Primary Market is where the issuance of new or original securities occur. Furthermore, these securities can range from the debentures to newly issued stocks. Primary Market Meaning Primary markets are typically not

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Investment Banks

Investment Banks Investment banks are banks that offer expert financial services. The services include the following: Underwriting initial public offerings Issuing securities to raise capital Evaluating financing alternatives Handling mergers and acquisitions Other activities related to finances and securities They also serve as financial intermediaries between companies issuing securities and the investing public that purchases

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Is the Tide Beginning to Fall?

Today I attended a luncheon for the Turnaround Management Association of which I have been a member for approximately 10 years. During this time I have seen good economies and bad. For the past 3 years the economy has been so good that the TMA meetings looked like a Maytag repairmen convention. Today was different! The

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