Everingham & Kerr, Inc. – Merger & Acquisition Advisors focused on the Lower Middle Market

Newsletter

  • October/November Newsletter
    How to take advantage of
    your many financing options
    Things are looking up
    Executing a vertical merger
    Should your acquisition’s
    name remain the same?
    Ask the Advisor
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  • August/September 2017 Newsletter
    Buy your disruptor —
    and turn a threat
    into an opportunity
    Passport to M&A success
    Selling to an international buyer
    How a merger puts the
    spotlight on your CFO
    Ask the Advisor
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  • June/July Newsletter
    Purchase price agreements
    You don’t have to
    walk on eggshells
    Why cybersecurity is critical
    to your deal’s success
    Internal control
    How to keep shareholders
    from disrupting your deal
    Ask the Advisor
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  • April/May 2017
    Going, going, gone
    How targeted auctions
    promote successful sales
    Let location be your
    company’s X factor
    Acquisition as reinvention
    When a buyer’s objective is change
    Ask the Advisor
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  • February/March 2017
    Efficiency can be a
    persuasive selling point
    Reducing risk
    A collar may fit
    your deal to a “T”
    One, two, acquisition
    A potentially faster, cheaper
    way to execute a deal
    Ask the Advisor
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  • Year End Newsletter 2016
    Innovation vs. maturity:
    The choice is yours
    Selling isn’t an owner’s
    only liquidity option
    Don’t let compensation
    disparities drag down your deal
    Ask the Advisor
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  • October/November News Letter 2016
    Deal stars
    Don’t try to merge
    without these key people
    Why business entity matters
    when structuring an M&A deal
    Indemnification clauses
    How to steer your
    merger clear of lawsuits
    Ask the Advisor
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  • August/September Newsletter 2016
    Preparing for a sale – even
    if you have no plans to sell
    Turn that frown upside down
    Making a distressed acquisition profitable
    Even small deals may
    face antitrust actions
    Ask the Advisor
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  • April/May 2016
    Improving your risk profile
    Make an M&A deal more
    attractive to lenders
    Beyond financials:
    A look at key value drivers
    How to avoid 5
    common seller mistakes
    Ask the Advisor
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  • Year End Newsletter
    The Promise And Perils Of Inversion Deals. Why Everyone's Talking About These Cross-Bonder Mergers.
    Attract New Investors With Your Business Plan.
    What's Their Motivation? One Simple Question Can Yield A Wealth Of Information.
    Ask the Advisor
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  • October/November 2014
    Is It Time For A Spinoff?
    Intellectual Property:
    Get What You’re Paying For
    Taking Data Privacy Seriously
    If You Don’t, Your Buyer Certainly Will.
    Ask The Advisor
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  • August/September 2014
    Why Buyers Should Give Sellers A Stake In The Deal
    Writing Your M&A Playbook:
    A Strategic Exercise For Sellers
    Take The Money - And Stay
    Partial Sales Provide Owners With Options
    Ask The Advisor
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  • June/July 2014
    Integration Managers
    Still Points At The Center Of Chaotic Acquisitions
    Treat Salespeople Like The Valuable Assets They Are
    Why Sellers Shouldn't Go To Their M&A Deal "Sick"
    Ask The Advisor
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  • April/May 2014
    M&A Deal Structure:
    Basics For Buyers And Sellers
    MAC To The Rescue?
    When Buyers Should Claim A Material Adverse Change
    Making Your Cross-Border M&A Work
    Ask The Advisor
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  • February/March 2014
    Tax Issues Remain Long After The Deal Closes
    To Innovate Or Merge: That's The Strategic Question
    Meet The Buyers
    Getting An M&A Off On The Right Foot
    Ask The Advisor
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  • Year End 2013
    Scale Or Scope?
    The Critical Choice For Business Buyers
    Deja Vu Deal: What To Do When A Buyer Comes Knocking Again
    Taking The Private Path Away From The Public Spotlight
    Ask The Advisor
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  • October/November 2013
    Head Off Acquisition Anxiety And Get Your Deal Done
    Selling Your Company
    Hold On To Key Employees With Bonuses And Perks
    Sector Matters
    How Industry Helps Determine M&A Success
    Ask The Advisor
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  • August/September 2013
    Sharing Synergy Value With Sellers
    Merger Not In The Cards?
    Consider A Strategic Alliance
    Tug Of War
    New Regulation Aims To Prevent Valuation Disputes
    Ask The Advisor
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  • June/July 2013
    Your CFO's Role In An M&A Deal
    The Longer Haul
    How New Private Equity Strategies Affect Business Sellers
    Family Businesses: When Selling Is The Only Option
    Ask The Advisor
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  • April/May 2013
    What The New Tax Law Means For M&A Deals
    Big Mistake!
    Don't Let One Trip Up Your Business Sale
    Get Your Deal Off To A Good Start With A Letter Of Intent
    Ask The Advisor
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  • February/March 2013
    Does Smaller Really Mean Easier?
    Acquisition Challenges For Large Companies
    Stop Employee Integration Problems Before They Start
    How To Leverage Location - And Get A Better Price
    Ask The Advisor
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  • Year End 2012
    Convincing Companies To Stop Saving And Start Buying
    Express Ride
    Tuck-In Mergers Take A Direct Route To Integration
    Keep Your M&A Deal's Details Under Wraps
    Ask The Advisor

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