Whether you are considering a merger, acquisition, asset purchase or some other type of business transaction involving a competitor or compatible business, the number of factors that must be considered can be overwhelming.
Once you have a good sense of whether a merger or acquisition is appropriate to your long-term needs, there are a number of next steps that you should take before making any sort of deal.
Adding a new company to your business portfolio can be the change that sparks massive growth for your business or triggers the decline of eventual financial ruin. Fortunately, with thorough research and guidance from experienced legal counsel, the risks of buying a company or merging your company with another company can be significantly reduced.
Whether it's transitioning or breaking away, things like legal risks, business factors, and regulatory concerns, must be handled with care. Let our experienced team help.
In recent years, there has been a considerable increase in the number of financial advisors who are looking to break-away and transition to careers with registered investment advisory firms (“RIAs”) or even launching their own RIA seeking more independence, control, growth opportunities, and increased compensation.
In these unprecedented times of global pandemic and turbulent economy, having a succession plan for your firm is more important than ever.
By: Robert D. Conca, Esq., Partner Throughout any financial professional's career transitions are inevitable and an integral part of the transition is the filing of a Form U5. For those who are unaware, Form U5 is a formal documentation...
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