Private Business Sales: Longer term planning for maximising returns and delivering a successful exit
In association with Rockworth Management Partners Limited, we are delighted to bring you a seminar offering a fresh perspective on the preparations for and delivery of a successful exit of a private business. We will cover the early decisions that influence the long term success of your business, and what it takes to ultimately achieve a successful transaction.
Rockworth Management Partners Limited and Charles Russell Speechlys will discuss both the realities of the transaction process and the longer-term preparations that are critical to maximising value from a personal and business perspective. A unique approach for successful private businesses.
Our seminar is aimed at owners and directors of successful private businesses and those making significant corporate decisions. We will look at the various features that are important for the health of the business and, if you reach the stage of discussing a potential sale or merger, those that are also important in the eyes of acquirers.
Whilst the lessons learnt stem from experience with corporate transactions, the resulting conclusions are equally applicable to those with no immediate intention of selling. The seminar covers financial valuations and ‘rules of thumb’ buyers often apply to a company’s structure and market positioning and how best to prepare a business for sale.
Date / Time: 8 March 2018 / 8:30 - 11:30
Location: Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA
Please contact our Events Team to register your interest in attending.
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