On May 24, 2017, Manning Fulton’s Mergers and Acquisitions Practice hosted a panel discussion on key considerations and positioning strategies proven to help middle-market business owners maximize the value received in and through exit transactions.
With the help of a distinguished panel of local, middle-market private equity investors — Richard Griffin of Aiglon Capital Management, Matt Mongia of SharpVue Capital, and Tim Lavelle of Hawthorne Capital Partners — attendees learned the latest trends in the M&A market, key valuation tools used by investors to inform their M&A decisions, and several factors within a seller’s control which, if implemented, can significantly enhance a company’s worth.
“One of the most important things a seller can do is to build a solid bench – build out the management team in a way that positions the company for long-term success and also maximizes the company’s value for an eventual change of control” said Richard Griffin, Managing Partner of Durham-based Aiglon Capital Management.
This program was part of Manning Fulton’s Executive Speakers’ Series, held at the Carolina Country Club in Raleigh.
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