By Louis Diamond – Many independent firms reach a point in their business lifecycle where they can no longer sufficiently grow or compete on their own. It’s when discussions around finding a way to gain scale and solve for succession hit a wall that firms often turn to considering a merger or acquisition opportunity. Yet finding the right M&A partner isn’t all that easy.
By Louis Diamond – Many independent firms reach a point in their business when they’ve hit the proverbial ceiling. That is, they recognize that they cannot sufficiently grow or compete any further on their own. The ability to break through that ceiling, gain scale and even solve for succession typically means considering a merger or acquisition opportunity. Yet finding the right M&A partner can be an arduous task.
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