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Leveraged Management Buyout - Trends
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Middle Market investment banking activities felt the effects of the financial crisis. M&A deal volume for the middle market fell 39 percent in 2008 compared to 2007 and has fallen even further into 2009. The harsh credit markets have left their mark on the middle market. The average deal value in Q1 2009 was $64.1 million, down from $93.4 million in the fourth quarter of 2007. The decrease in average deal size can be accredited to conservative valuations due to the added risk and limited debt funds available. The incentive for an owner or principals to sell their business has sharply decreased and left many waiting for a ...
This Article supports our belief that having a harvest goal in mind and creating an exit strategy to achieve it are what separate successful entrepreneurs from the rest. Clearly, the main objective of professional entrepreneurs is to create economic value. It is unfortunate that little attention in the entrepreneurial world has been given to exiting a business venture, or what has come to be called harvesting the business. In their book, Venture Capital at the Crossroads, William Bygrave and Jeffry Timmons help introduce this topic: “Just like farmers, venture capitalists seed, tend, ... Read More
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