There are three ways to build financing for your M&A deal. You can make payment by cash or by shares of the company’s stock or use financing options that combine different ratios of the first two options. A business can quickly expand and build through mergers and acquisitions, so this is an important and viable area for companies to explore.
Larry A. Harman, P.C. can offer you in-depth knowledge in the field and guide you through the legal and financial ramifications of the process as it involves your particular business.
Why do businesses choose mergers and acquisitions?
What an experienced M&A lawyer will look for
As an experienced law firm with a background in finance, when analyzing a merger and acquisition, the first thing that you want to do is valuate the business. There are several ways to accomplish this depending on the type of business. An accurate valuation is important to the strategy your business will employ during the merger and beyond, especially when forecasting future gains and losses.
There are many factors that should be considered during the process. Is this a hostile takeover? Does a joint venture make more sense? What differences are there between private and public deals? What is the difference between a joint venture and a strategic alliance? An experienced lawyer with a strong financial background can take all these factors into account when advising you on the optimal strategy to achieve your goals.
Contact an experienced business lawyer to help with your M&A transactions
A merger and acquisition can be one of the most important events in the history of your business. For an experienced lawyer with a strong and extensive background in this area, contact Larry A. Harman, P.C. by calling 832-786-7027 or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation.