Corporate Divestitures

Corporate Divestitures

Corporate divestitures differ from the sale of private companies in many ways and an advisor who is not aware of those differences will fail to achieve the best transaction for his or her corporate clients. For example, a private business owner may be motivated to accept a lower price in exchange for keeping the business in a certain location, while a large corporation may not have that concern. Likewise, a large corporation may need to have shorter terms than a small business owner on the representations and warranties it provides and lower thresholds on its representation of knowledge.

Plaisance Advisors' bankers have significant experience working with large corporations to understand their transaction requirements and to implement a process designed to meet each of them.