HORNE Capital announced Tuesday it secured senior financing for its client, Leighton Davis of Empire Group, Inc., as part of a management buyout of the company.
HORNE Capital is pleased to announce the acquisition of its client, Metro Mechanical, Inc., and Metro Building Services, Inc., by Fidelity Building Services Group, an Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. company.
The M&A market has heated up, and many owners are determining whether it may be more advantageous to sell this year than to wait.
HORNE Capital is pleased to announce the acquisition of its client, B&B Electrical & Utility Contractors, Inc., by United Utility Services, LLC , a Bernhard Capital Partners Management, LP company.
Given the variety of reasons an owner might wish to sell a business, there are likewise several approaches to running a “marketing process.”
With so many individual companies participating in PPP loans, it is unsurprising that many of them are working through ownership changes before their loan forgiveness determination can be made.
Transforming your company into an attractive target takes time. Once you’ve decided to market your company, you have both internal and external work to do.
The intricacies of negotiations can occupy all of your attention, and getting the deal right is incredibly important. But often, transition plans for managing the resulting company are lost in the process.
You’ve closed the deal, and the new company is yours. You’re excited and ready to start putting your plans into action. What should you do first?
When it comes to mergers and acquisitions, never underestimate the value of relationships, and prepare before you sell.
In order to prepare a business for long-term growth, the first step is to understand what exactly needs to grow.
If your business plan calls for a merger or acquisition, here’s a suggested checklist to keep your transaction on track.
Investors must place a higher value on the cyber resilience of a potential acquisition.
Don’t put this complex process in the hands of a disparate group of experts who are more focused on completing the transaction than on serving your best interests. These loosely organized teams often make decisions without fully considering all of the personal, operational, tax or long-term financial repercussions.
The majority of people may only buy or sell one business in their lifetime. We use our experience and our HORNE360° Approach to help anticipate the opportunities and challenges — and support you before, during and after the transaction.
Whether your goal is to buy or sell a business, tapping an experienced advisor to help you prepare ahead of time can dramatically increase your odds of success.