This week’s M&A Access features Bob Colgan, SVP, Blacksail Capital Partners. Colgan breaks down the themes he has seen from borrowers and investment bankers since the June 30 mid-year mark, including how PPP money has given borrowers time to pivot in the new COVID-19 reality. Colgan also explains how lenders are genuinely open for business and how Blacksail differentiates itself from its competitors.
This week’s M&A Access features Natasha Todorovic-Cowan, CEO, National Values Center Consulting. Todorovic-Cowan discusses how unraveling the people side of organizational problems leads to more successful deals. She also dives into how her research on leadership has led to a 50–300% increase in clients’ leadership capacities and more.
This week’s M&A Access features Keith Apton, Managing Director – Wealth Management, UBS. Apton breaks down what an ESOP is and why a business opts for it, particularly as a tax-efficient strategy and as a way to preserve business legacy. Also, Apton examines current trends in the marketplace including the partial sale.
This week’s M&A Access features Mark Arciero, Founder & CEO, INTERIM CEO and Private Equity Services. Arciero delves into scaling business, stabilizing an organization, and execution as what should be the primary focuses of businesses during the pandemic. He also pinpoints conservation of cash flow, reducing cost, and maintaining profitability as creative techniques for companies to sustain profitability.
The latest edition of M&A Access features Cynthia Spigel, Owner & Consultant, Spigel Strategies & Solutions, LLC and Mike Palm, Director, Charter Capital Partners. Spigel explains how human capital makes or breaks a deal—a preview of her upcoming Summer Conference panel discussion, “The Human Side of Due Diligence: The Business of People”—along with the tools and processes that can be used to break through the facade of a management team on their best behavior. Meanwhile, Palm discusses how M&A dealmaking has changed in the current environment and the outlook for target companies in relation to his fund business, Charter Capital Partners.