A careful and professional approach is crucial to get an optimal result out of your company transfer. This is precisely the approach we offer for the transfer of your business. As an owner of a company, you have the option to sell your business to external parties, the management or your family.
Acquisition by an external party
In the event of selling your business to an external party, the main goal is to find the right buyer. Our extensive network of investment companies, fellow merger and acquisition advisors, banks and Management Buy-In (MBI) candidates, means we can always find a right buyer. Read more to learn about how Van Oers Corporate Finance advises entrepreneurs in the case of selling the company to an external party.
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It is an increasingly common occurrence that a business is not sold to an external party, but to the incumbent management. In such processes we assist managing directors and major shareholders with the sale of their company. Read more to learn how Van Oers Corporate Finance advises entrepreneurs in the case of selling the company to the current management.
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Acquisition by the family
Selling your business to one or more family members is one of the most common and self-evident succession scenarios. These days business succession within a family is regarded more and more as a strategic alternative. Read more to learn how Van Oers Corporate Finance advises entrepreneurs in the case of selling the company to family-members.
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