HORNE Capital, a mergers and acquisitions advisory firm, recently served as the exclusive financial advisor to Power Grid Supply (“PGS”) and TransArmour in their sale to EIS, a leading specialty value-added distributor of electrical process materials and components in North America.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions are complex endeavors that require careful planning and execution. However, numerous pitfalls, due diligence mistakes and integration challenges can arise along the way.
Mergers and acquisitions transactions are complex undertakings that require careful consideration of numerous factors. While financial and legal diligence often take the spotlight, one crucial element that can make or break a deal is cultural alignment.
Hear from Sterling Shipyard on how HORNE Capital helped them sell their business to the right buyer: “HORNE was absolutely the best choice.”
In the course of an acquisition, “due diligence” is often regarded as a built-in part of the process – a formality to be checked off once it’s completed. However, acquisitions that conduct thorough and competent due diligence have a greater chance of success because decision-makers have the quality of information they need to make a decision.
For many owners of independent construction firms, selling their business is more than an exit strategy; it is the cornerstone of their retirement plan.