- Acquisitions -
SCALE UP REVENUES & EARNINGS
BSP provide specialist advice and assistance designed to optimise your acquisition.
We provide a range of corporate advisory services designed to help buyers find the right business, understand it's fair value and the risks associated with completing the acquisition.
Our acquisitions related services include:
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Independent formal business valuation reports, indicative value assessments and calculations of value prepared by an experienced business valuation specialist. (CA BV Specialist)
Understand the target's current fair value and the factors that drive value in the business.
Understand the competitive forces impacting the target's industry and find out what similar businesses have recently sold for.
Be informed - Get a formal valuation or indicative value assessment prior to making an offer.
Detailed understanding of the industry size, performance, outlook for next 5 years, products and markets, competitive landscape, major companies, operating conditions and key statistics
High level review of historical earnings, trend analysis, identification of adjustments (add backs and deductions). Determination of free cash flows or future maintainable earnings.
Analysis and commentary of the specific factors that drive business value.
Detailed analysis of trading and transaction multiples of similar / comparable businesses
The purpose of the due diligence process is to enable the buyer (and / or representative advisors) to examine all aspects of the target in detail with the intention of verifying claims in relation to assets, earnings, forecasts as well the identification of major areas of risk.
Ultimately the due diligence report recommendations should be considered by the acquirer prior to the commencement of negotiating the binding agreement.
We undertake detailed financial analysis and report on the overall quality of information reviewed, quality of earnings, quality of cash-flows, quality of forecast, quality of assets.
Review of management accounts, financial statements, BAS, IAS, Income Tax Returns, payroll records and a wide range of additional information.
Detailed review of adjusted historical earnings of the business, including revenue and gross margin analysis, customer analysis, employment expenses and significant overheads
Detailed analysis of working capital requirements of the business including identification of trends, seasonality, peaks, etc
Detailed analysis of completion balance sheet, debtors, creditors, inventory, employee entitlements, debt, etc