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Mergers & Acquisitions

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Kotzin Valuation Partners provides objective opinions of value to parties contemplating a transaction, and we help the parties understand the factors that drive the value and risk profile of the subject business.

Paramount to buying or selling a business is the understanding of what the business is worth on both a stand-alone and a strategic basis. The merger and acquisition process provides one of the most complex and challenging aspects of business valuation, particularly for private companies.
The complexity stems from the unique aspects of the business and the diverse and often conflicting objectives of the parties, particularly when the transaction involves multiple buyers or sellers.
Kotzin Valuation Partners is a full-service business valuation firm with offices in Phoenix, Denver and Tucson. We provide objective opinions of value to parties contemplating transaction, and we help the parties understand the factors that drive the value and risk profile of the subject business, in the context of how the transaction is structured.
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ARTICLES
  • Do You Know the Value of Your Equity Rollover?  Many merger and acquisition transactions require that the selling founder or operator of a business retain an equity position in the company as part of the deal. These “rollover” interests vary from deal to deal but are frequently in the 10-20% range of total equity on a fully diluted basis.
  • Personal Goodwill Revisited: Its Nature and Importance in Business Valuation  As tax considerations and financial reporting requirements grow in complexity, distinguishing between personal goodwill and enterprise goodwill in valuing a business can produce important outcomes for the parties
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