Exit

Creating a legacy resulting from life’s work creates both
highs and lows, whether you’re selling your business, passing it on to
family or to others in your business. Our specialist transaction team has
been through this with their own businesses and will sensitively
help you through this journey to reduce stress
while achieving your goals.

 

 

Exiting your business is an incredible undertaking for most people. It’s an emotional time – often the business has been part of much of your life. Many entrepreneurs believe they can manage the sale process themselves. After all they have been selling their business’s products or services for decades. However, most business owners will only sell a business once in their lifetime.

 

At AssayCS, our partners are former business owners themselves. We have been in your shoes. Our process starts with understanding the legacy you want to achieve in terms of financial needs, personal desires and the impact on your business after your transition. In this way, we help to ensure that you complete the transaction that is right for your goals.

 

While we acknowledge that financial liquidity is important, we also understand that the legacy of your business is deeply personal and the transfer of ownership can be a difficult process.

How we can help

 

Owners often find themselves without a clear exit vision or plan as they approach the milestone of selling or transitioning ownership of their business. The team at AssayCS clarifies exit goals and links them to transaction reality. In this way, we reduce risk and any fear of the unknown.

 

We work alongside our corporate financing  teams as your partner to achieve a better outcome to deliver your business legacy.

 

  • AssayCS:  USA and Canada
  • Assay Corporate Finance: UK, Europe and Australia

 

The AssayCS team will review all options available for selling all or part of your business, or transitioning ownership internally to partners, family members or senior managers. Each alternatives’ pros and cons will be clearly spelled out for you so you can make an informed decision.