Having a strong balance sheet prior to entering the market for an M&A event is important. You want to ensure that your cash position is strong and will remain healthy as you are out in the market selling your company and growing your business.
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While parties to an M&A transaction do not expect to encounter major post-closing liability issues, transactions involving privately held sellers tend to contain escrow provisions to address buyer concerns over the seller’s financial ability to satisfy indemnification provisions contained in... Click here to read more
It's important to realize that you as a company founder or CEO go through this process only once or twice in a lifetime, and you should work with someone who has more experience with it, just like your acquirer does. That was specifically critical for us with Corum as we still had to run our day-to-day business.