Subjects: Corporate Finance – updates

How does a business deal with an approach by a potential purchaser?

Many of the transactions we work on have been instigated by an approach from a potential purchaser.
For the purchaser the unsolicited approach represents a great opportunity to secure a good business, for a reasonable price, without the extra transactional risk […]

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Business valuations update

Chris Brazier gives a business valuation update, looking at profit multiples used in the valuation of private companies and how this has been impacted since the Brexit vote.
Being in the business of helping clients buy and sell companies means that […]

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Day in the life: working in Corporate Finance

James Wood looks back at his first year working in Corporate Finance.
Nominated for an award
I was lucky enough to be shortlisted for Insider South East 2018 Young Dealmaker of the Year award and despite not walking away […]

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Planning ahead for succession

Do you own and manage your business? What will happen to it when you retire? Don’t put off the emotive decision about handing over the reins of your business.
Succession planning
If you have created your business from scratch, nurtured it through […]

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Valuation and Deal flow update

Our 6 monthly look at valuations and deal flow examining the impact that uncertainly caused by Brexit (and now the impending General Election!) is having on the M&A market.
It is reassuring to note that in spite of the doom-mongers predicting […]

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Successful equity fund raise for Veragon

Our corporate finance team, led by Paul Butler, provided support to Veragon in connection with its successful first round equity fund raise from private investors.
Veragon
Veragon is a pioneer in the environmentally friendly ‘Air to Water’ sector. The manufacturer has developed […]

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Secured investment for wine maker

Premium wine brand eyes new international markets in expansion drive.
Paul Butler and the Corporate Finance team recently assisted Bolney Wine Estate. The Sussex vineyard, secured additional investment to fund further growth and expansion into new markets from a private investor.
The […]

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Exit Planning – Plan for the future

Roffe Swayne Corporate Finance have today launched their “Preparing for the Future” service, a tailored offering specifically designed to assist the owner manager maximise the value of the business, with an exit in mind.

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What should management accounts contain?

What management accounts should contain to be of use to businesses and stakeholders alike.
How often?
Depending upon the size of your business they should be prepared on a monthly, bimonthly or quarterly basis.
What should they always include?
Management accounts should always include […]

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