Client case study – A business buyer’s story

Posted by James Price | JPAbusiness on 15-Mar-2017 05:33:00

A couple of years ago we were involved in facilitating the purchase of Australian business Denny’s Silo and Engineering, by the Japanese-owned, multinational corporation, Satake.

Our role was to do a business valuation and help Satake Australia negotiate an in-principle agreement with Denny’s, then undertake a detailed due diligence for Satake on the Denny’s acquisition opportunity.

After the successful sale, we asked Craig Doorey from Satake Australia and Bob Denny from Denny’s to share their perspectives on the sale process in our eBook ‘Three sides of the business sale story’, which we published online in September 2015.

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Topics: Buying a business, Case study, Mergers and Acquisitions, client case studies

3 elements of a successful business transaction [infographic]

Posted by James Price | JPAbusiness on 21-Sep-2016 03:28:00

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about why a business sale is like Olympic diving. Basically it came down to degree of difficulty and the importance of getting all the critical elements lined up.

As part of the blog I shared the main ingredients needed to achieve a successful business merger, acquisition or sale.

We’ve summarised those key elements in the following infographic. Use it as part of your initial assessment of a purchase opportunity or when setting out on your own business sale journey. 

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Topics: Buying a business, Selling your business, Mergers and Acquisitions, infographic

5 tips to make your joint venture a success [blog]

Posted by James Price | JPAbusiness on 27-Jun-2016 12:58:05

The JPAbusiness team has recently received a number of separate requests from clients for advice on joint ventures, including a partial shareholding transaction (for succession, growth and exit).

Over the years we've been involved with setting up and facilitating a number of successful joint ventures, and we have also been called upon to sort out arrangements where things have gone wrong or haven’t been set up with adequate planning and foresight.

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Topics: Selling your business, Partners, Running your business, Business Structures, Shareholders, Mergers and Acquisitions

Disclaimer: The information contained in this blog is general in nature and should not be taken as personal, professional advice. Readers should make their own inquiries and obtain independent, professional advice before making any decisions, taking any action or relying on any information in this blog. 


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