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Mergers & acquisitions

A business takeover or sale is a complex matter. You need reliable information to be able to make a sound decision during the acquisition process. Avoid surprises and let our professionals assist you with the takeover or sale of a company.

Advice on transactions

We have extensive experience in the preparation of the purchase or sale of a company, and the effectuation of transactions after the sale or purchase has been completed. Our advisors are happy to help you with:

  • Financial quick scan
  • Business valuation
  • Due diligence
  • Vendor due diligence - vendor assistance
  • IT due diligence
  • Guidance through the entire acquisition process
  • International business acquisition

Are you going to take over a company?

As a rule, a lot of money and interests are at stake in a takeover process. As a buyer, you do not want to take any risks and you are looking for certainty that the company you are buying is actually the company you expect and will contribute to your future plans for your company. Future follow-ups are also often required from a financial investigation.
This includes (bank) financing or an earn-out arrangement for the seller. The parties expect careful and periodic reporting and communication about this from you. In short, it is very important for you as an entrepreneur that you gain a good insight into the risks, cash flows and financial (future) state of affairs of the party you want to buy.
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Erwin Scheepers

Controller at Mutsaersstichting

Are you going to sell your business?

Then you want to avoid surprises during a buyer's investigation. Therefore, before entering the market, have your company thoroughly examined with a vendor due diligence. This contains all kinds of questions that you as an entrepreneur want to have answered in advance to avoid surprises during a buyer's investigation.

You carry out a screening of your entire company, as it were, before you go to the market and thus remain in control of your own sales process.
As a seller, do you have all the information that can be found in the company that is important to a potential buyer? Are the forecasts for the current year and the coming years sufficiently substantiated? Are there no corpses in the cupboard that could otherwise probably come to light during an investigation by the buyer?

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Carefulness in IT

When buying or selling a company, it is important to also examine the IT environment. After all, IT forms the backbone of business processes. In particular, operation and reliability are essential.
IT quality and an inventory of the risks present are essential for a successful business takeover. IT is an important part of the investigation in every Due Diligence. By also conducting an IT investigation in a Due Diligence, insight can be gained into the current state of the IT infrastructure, the costs
thereof and possibly also to the reconciliation of the integration objectives of the acquirer. Results from this research are included in the decision for a possible acquisition, in the negotiation or after acquisition in order to mitigate the most important IT risks.

Are you going to buy or sell?