Business owners considering the following options are wise
to talk to Merger Partners Incorporated before engaging the services of an investment banker or broker:
- Sale of company
- Management buyout
- Capital for acquisitions or internal growth
MPI exclusively represents buyers or investors interested in providing capital
for these purposes. As a result, business owners seeking to achieve these goals can do so more effectively without incurring
the expense and spending the time associated with seller side intermediaries.
The following points help summarize how we work with business owners and operating management, and the benefits
derived from working with MPI:
listens to the needs of ownership and makes introductions to our clients, other investors or companies who are
best suited to help ownership achieve their goals. We maintain numerous relationships with private equity groups, and
can therefore find the most appropriate investor or partner for a seller's consideration.
The buyer / investor always pays our fees, so no fees are
required from business owners.
approach is quiet and confidential. We brief ownership on the prospective partner, investor or buyer prior to
making introductions, and keep information regarding the company confidential.
- Business owners do not need to go through the auction process in order to maximize
value, and today's marketplace has proven it. Our clients consistently pay fair values and favorable
terms when successfully acquiring companies.
information memorandum or "book" is not required in order to maximize value. Most investors
do not rely on the information provided by the investment banker or broker.
Our approach takes much less time than hiring an investment banker. Business owners can
quickly achieve their goals without taking the time to find the right intermediary. The time required to assist the broker
in writing the book is substantial, and is not required when dealing directly with our clients.
Our approach greatly reduces the risks associated with
the auction process which include business disruption and the creation of uncertainty among employees,
customers and suppliers.