We help solid businesses with growth potential and that want capital to grow their business find capital. It can be capital to help finance new equipment, expand operations, or to expand into a new market.
Selling Your Business
Selling your business can be a complex and time-consuming process. Hiring an investment bank to help manage the transaction may alleviate some of the burden on you and your management team
By first identifying and helping you understand your institution’s business risks and areas of improvement, we then develop pragmatic plans to enhance processes, address issues
Raising capital can be a very time-consuming task for most entrepreneurs and it can often take the entrepreneurs’ focus away from trying to grow their business. Dwek Capital takes the burden off the entrepreneur and find’s creative ways for the company to access capital help achieve it’s growth objectives.
Selling Your Business
It’s much easier to accept a valuation for a business when a third party values a business as opposed to when an owner is trying to value their own business. The owner of the business is often valuing their hard work which buyers of a business are not willing to pay for.
Investment companies assist with many aspects of the sale process, including:
- Evaluating strategic alternatives to selling
- Identifying and contacting potential buyers
- Helping to prepare and market the business for sale (including creating marketing materials and coordinating management presentations and site visits)
- Designing and leading the sale process, including keeping all parties on track to meet important milestones
- Determining an appropriate valuation range for your business
- Working with legal counsel to evaluate bids and negotiate the transaction agreement, including financing structure and terms
- Reviewing the transaction and rendering a formal opinion on the fairness of the transaction (from a financial point of view) to your company’s shareholders
The finance function affects every corner of the enterprise and today’s finance departments are under growing scrutiny. Accordingly, a comprehensive approach to people, processes and technology is needed.