Obviously closing a transaction requires an enormous amount of time, energy and money. Yet oftentimes there is so much focus on securing the deal that the post-transaction elements get lost in the shuffle until it’s too late.
When companies arrive at the post-transaction phase, too often senior leaders find themselves asking questions like: “So we have a post-transaction plan, but do we have the necessary resources to actually implement that plan?”
The answer, quite often, is “no.”
At Baker Tilly, our CFO advisory services serve as the glue for companies in the early portions of the post-transaction phase. It can be a delicate time for a newly formed (or newly acquired) business, as the first several months post-transaction often set the tone for the long-term viability of the company.