Sunday July 12, 2020

Take steps required to ensure a successful business sale

Forward planning, due diligence and good governance will increase an organisation’s attractiveness to potential buyers, writes Graham Clifford

15th July, 2018
Emma Cadden, transaction advisory services director, RSM Ireland

As an ingredient to success, confidence is paramount. And not just for those in an organisation, but for those on the outside looking in. If a customer, service user, investor or potential buyer has confidence in your organisation then they are so much more likely to engage, to invest and, perhaps, to purchase.

At last Tuesday’s RSM seminar entitled Planning for the Future and Maximising Value, Emma Cadden, the accountancy firm’s transaction advisory services director,...

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