In today’s business environment, highly competitive forces and economic trends are driving businesses toward mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, partnerships, financings, restructurings and consolidation. In an environment in which transactions are becoming more and more complex, companies are relying on strategic and financial business advisors with credentialed expertise to manage and/or assist in the transaction process.
Our firm's National Transaction Services Group is comprised of seasoned, multi-disciplined professionals that bring a different aspect and perspective to bear in the transaction process, providing a uniquely integrated services approach to client service and product delivery. We do not believe that “one size fits all”; as each transaction is distinct. We offer services tailored for each transaction and seek opportunities for our clients to maximize their return on investment, while minimizing risks.
We're an acknowledged and respected practice leader in providing transaction services to the investment and business community. Our practitioners work with private business owners, private equity groups and venture capital firms throughout the U.S. and are involved in a wide range of transactions, from sell side advisory services for privately held middle market businesses to management buyouts of public companies.
As reported in Dykema's 2016 M&A Outlook Survey: For the first time since the 2008 survey, respondents said that US financial buyers topped strategic buyers for having the most influence on US deal valuation over the past year.
After advising on Crain's Detroit Business' "Deal of the Year Under 100 Million" in 2015, UHY Advisors' Corporate Finance was also recognized for both buy-side and sell-side support on five other deals that made Crain's List of Largest Mergers and Acquisitions of 2015
June 19, 2015 marked a very exciting day for small businesses and investors alike. The implementation of Title IV of the JOBS Act, also known as Regulation A+, has leveled the playing field for investors by granting early stage companies the ability to raise capital from anyone as opposed to only accredited investors.
A valuation project in the bankruptcy context may include specific purposes. During each valuation project it is not uncommon to encounter unique and customized circumstances. However, in the bankruptcy context, below is a list of some of the most common.
Due diligence is the process of investigations and analysis into the details of a company prior to an acquisition of its shares or assets or in preparation of an IPO. While financial, legal, operational, and income taxes of the company are generally considered, state and local non-income based taxes should not be left out of the analysis. These taxes are sometimes the reason a buyer decides not to proceed further, yet this is an area that is often overlooked.