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Selling your business?

We are a professional M&A advisory firm that helps business owners who want to sell their businesses achieve the best possible outcomes. We have a proven track record of success in M&A transactions across various industries and sizes. We have the experience, expertise, and resources to help you achieve your goals and maximize the value of your business.
We provide the following services:


We conduct an objective valuation of your business, taking into account its financial performance, growth potential, industry trends, and competitive advantages. We can also provide you a thorough business valuation report prepared by our chartered business valuators for any other specific purpose.


We act as your trusted advisor and advocate throughout the negotiation process, ensuring that you receive the best possible terms and conditions for your deal. We handle all the communication and coordination with the buyers, their advisors, and other stakeholders.


We prepare a comprehensive and confidential marketing package that showcases your business to potential buyers, both locally and globally. We use our extensive network and database to identify and contact qualified buyers who match your criteria and expectations.


We assist you with the due diligence, legal, and regulatory aspects of the deal, ensuring a smooth and timely closing. We also help you with the post-closing transition and integration, minimizing any disruption to your business and employees.

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

Anaïs Nin

Organized Approach

An organized well planned approach in selling your business will ensure you gain the most out of your hard-built business. Here are 10 steps we recommend to follow when you decide to sell your business:

  • +1. Prepare an overview or executive summary slide deck
    Create a presentation that summarizes the key information about the company, such as its history, products, services, markets, customers, financials, growth potential, etc.
  • +2. Hire an investment banker or M&A advisor
    Engage a professional who can help with preparing the company for sale, finding potential buyers, negotiating the deal terms, and facilitating the transaction.
  • +3. Prepare a confidential information memorandum (CIM)
    Produce a detailed document that provides more in-depth information about the company’s business, operations, performance, projections, risks, opportunities, etc.
  • +4. Develop a buyer list
    Identify and prioritize potential buyers who are likely to be interested in acquiring the company, such as strategic buyers (competitors or complementary businesses) or financial buyers (private equity firms or hedge funds).
  • +5. Contact potential buyers and solicit indications of interest (IOIs)
    Reach out to potential buyers and provide them with the overview or executive summary slide deck; ask them to submit non-binding IOIs that indicate their valuation range and deal structure.
  • +6. Negotiate confidentiality agreements (NDAs)
    Sign NDAs with qualified buyers who submitted acceptable IOIs; NDAs protect the sensitive information that will be shared with the buyers during due diligence.
  • +7. Provide access to a virtual data room (VDR)
    Set up a secure online platform where buyers can access the CIM and other relevant documents and data for due diligence purposes; monitor and control the access and activity of the buyers in the VDR.
  • +8. Solicit letters of intent (LOIs)
    Request binding or non-binding LOIs from interested buyers that specify their offer price, deal structure, financing sources, closing conditions, etc.
  • +9. Select a preferred buyer and enter exclusivity
    Evaluate and compare the LOIs from different buyers and choose the best one; enter into an exclusivity agreement with the preferred buyer that prevents engaging with other buyers for a certain period of time.
  • +10. Finalize the purchase agreement and close the deal
    Negotiate and finalize the terms of the purchase agreement with the preferred buyer; complete any remaining due diligence and closing conditions; execute the purchase agreement and transfer ownership of the company.