We’ve outlined the most common steps you’ll face when receiving an investment from a private equity firm like Montage Partners
When selling your company, the due diligence phase should be a two-way street. Find out what questions you should be asking buyers to ensure the best fit.
You’ve spent years building a successful company, and who to entrust that to is a major decision. We’ve shared some of the factors to consider when evaluating buyers.
An investment banker plays a huge role in the outcome of your transaction, so we’re sharing advice on what to look for when choosing an investment banker to help sell your company.
Chris Norwood shares how our firm views valuation, including specific areas we look at when evaluating a potential partner company.
Price is of course the most important factor when deciding between offers to buy your business. But it may not be the only factor; find out what else you should consider when evaluating offers.
We dive into which terms – other than purchase price and legal structure – are important for sellers to think through prior to signing a Letter of Intent.
Jordan Tate shares what traits we look for when evaluating whether or not to partner with a CEO.
Learn what traits private equity firms prefer in their CEO partners.
When Montage Partners invests in your company, that doesn’t mean we want to be your new boss. Rob Wolfman discusses the supportive role we take instead.