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Leveraged recapitalization

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MANY BUSINESS OWNERS who serve as president of their businesses face a thorny dilemma as they "mature". Their financial advisors tell them to diversify; to shift from wealth creation to wealth preservation. They want to enjoy some of the finer things in life: a second home in Naples, perhaps that 42 ft. Grand Banks trawler, etc. The obvious solution is an outright sale of the business. However, they may feel they are too young to retire and they enjoy running the company Often, they see future growth in the value of the equity and hate to lose out on that appreciation. The perfect solution may well be a leveraged ...
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Leveraged Recapitalization: Cash Out Without Selling Out ...
The equity purchase/sale can be for either a minority or control position. The seller can be any shareholder or group of shareholders selling all or just a portion of their holdings. The term “recapitalization” comes from “capitalization,” which refers to how the company is capitalized (the “capital structure”). At issue here is simply how the assets (the left side of the balance sheet) are funded (the right side of the balance sheet). Two main categories of capital are debt and equity. Quasi-debt and quasi-equity forms of capital also exist, such as preferred stock and mezzanine debt. Preferred stock typically has a claim on ... market research, surveys and trends
Leveraged Recapitalization: Cash Out Without Selling Out
The equity purchase/sale can be for either a minority or control position. The seller can be any shareholder or group of shareholders selling all or just a portion of their holdings. The term “recapitalization” comes from “capitalization,” which refers to how the company is capitalized (the “capital structure”). At issue here is simply how the assets (the left side of the balance sheet) are funded (the right side of the balance sheet). Two main categories of capital are debt and equity. Quasi-debt and quasi-equity forms of capital also exist, such as preferred stock and mezzanine debt. Preferred stock typically has a claim on ... market research, surveys and trends

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LEVERAGED RECAPITALIZATION

The Leveraged Recapitalization - The Leveraged Recap
cash purchase of new equity of ABC and $4 million (33.3 percent) will be Mr. Smith's retained equity in ABC. Leveraged Recapitalization of ABC, Inc. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The leveraged recapitalization: a tool for liquidity | San Diego ...
One of the many challenges facing a private business owner today is planning his or her eventual exit from the business. Long gone are the days when a business was simply passed from one generation to the next. One of the main reasons only 30 percent of family-owned businesses are taken over by succeeding generations is the government's unfavorable gift and inheritance taxes, which can claim- a sizeable portion of the value of the business. Therefore, it is critical that exit plans are made well in advance of retirement. A well-planned exit strategy presents multiple benefits to the business owner -- it will ensure the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Leveraged Recapitalization
Leveraged Recapitalization is a publication of Transaction Advisory Services, a division of BDO Dunwoody Limited. The material ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Frequently Requested Interpretations of Rules for Business ...
The Securities and Exchange Commission disclaims responsibility for any private publication or statement of any of its employees. This outline was prepared by members of the staffs of the Division of Corporation Finance and the Office of Chief Accountant, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Commission, the Commissioners, or other members of the staff. A. Overview of Rules One condition for pooling of interests accounting, specified by paragraph 47(b) 1 of APB 16 2 , is that the issuing company must offer and exchange only its stock for at least 90% of the combining company's voting common stock outstanding ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
What is recapitalization? - Yahoo! Answers
If a company recapitalizes, they alter the way the company manages its financial affairs,for example by borrowing money or reissuing shares. There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . Member since: November 09, 2006 Total points: 511 (Level 2) In corporate finance, a leveraged recapitalization is a strategy often used to fend off a hostile acquisition. Under this strategy, a company incurs significant additional debt to repurchase stocks through a buyback program or distributes a large dividend among the current shareholders. This will cause the ...
Google Answers: Financing
Hi Humper That is quite a range between 20,000 and 20,000,000. The lower end is pretty much out of line for many lending companies and venture capitalists as they do have set minimums. You should also have some sort of recommendation backing the company reputation in order to avoid dubious players. Some of the companies listed provide venture capital services for all of Canada and the US even though they are not headquartered in the British Columbia area however all are open to lending in that area. All of these companies belong to at least one recognized trade association such as CVCA ( Canadian Venture Capital ...