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Mergers & Acquisitions

Middle-market business owners, investors and corporations rely on our sell-side, buy-side and financing solutions to execute their growth strategy.

At a Glance

As experienced investment bankers, Baker Tilly Capital works with clients to form an objective view of a transaction and take necessary steps to maximize value. Our team’s deep experience across a wide variety of industries provides clients with practical solutions to meet their unique transaction goals.

Throughout the life cycle of a business, owners often contemplate one of the biggest questions they may ever have to face – do I want to sell or transition the business? Alternatively, business owners are deciding if they want to merge with or acquire another company to capitalize on growth opportunities.

Having experienced investment bankers guide you through the acquisition, divestiture or financing process can prove valuable in the overall success of a transaction. Baker Tilly Capital has completed hundreds of middle-market transactions for public and private companies across the U.S., Europe and Asia.

Our goal is to form an independent and objective view of the transaction and work with you to take the necessary steps to maximize value. With deep experience across a variety of industries, our team provides clients with practical solutions to meet their unique goals and objectives.

Working closely with Baker Tilly’s industry and transaction accounting and tax specialists, as well as our estate planning professionals, we help clients:

  • Identify and prepare for a transaction opportunity
  • Negotiate, structure and close the deal
  • Plan beyond the transaction closing with straightforward advice

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Our services include:

  • Buy-side advisory
  • Capital sourcing
  • Divestitures
  • Going private transactions
  • Management buyouts
  • Sell-side advisory
  • Strategic alternatives analysis
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