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Whether you plan to sell your business, launch an IPO...
Whether you plan to sell your business, launch an IPO, or shift leadership to the next generation, the right team can help you explore your options to foster a smooth transition. Give yourself the benefit of time and perspective to determine which outcome is right for you.
When it comes to running a business, the toughest decisions can be around succession. As an owner-manager, you want to make the right choices, for your business – and your family. Starting early is critical for a smooth transition. By making decisions and developing transition timelines, you can avoid conflict and build the support and buy-in your successor will need.
KPMG Enterprise professionals can help you manage the sensitivities that come with succession and provide confidential advice on the implications of any decisions your family might make. When the time comes, we can also help your successor take on his or her new role.
Selling your business
Deciding to sell your business can be difficult. You’ve put your life into your work and want to get the value you deserve. But realizing value can be challenging. How can you make your organization attractive and find the right buyer?
KPMG Enterprise advisers understand how important this decision is and can help you get the most out of the process. KPMG Enterprise can help define your expectations and identify and prioritize potential buyers. Our professionals can also help you make sure that your business is in shape for a sale, evaluate offers, manage due diligence procedures and supervise the transaction.
You’ve spent years building your business. Let us help you get the most out of selling it.
Taking your company public is an exciting process. It brings with it prestige and higher visibility in the market. At the same time, going public brings new risks, including complex accounting and reporting requirements and the need to manage new stakeholders – like the board and your shareholders.
To get the most reward, you need to be well informed and well prepared. KPMG Enterprise advisers can work with you to decide whether going public is the right choice for your business. If you go forward, we can help you manage the IPO process and begin to operate in the public company environment.
Every transaction has tax implications. Whether you’re contemplating an acquisition, a merger, or restructuring – understanding the relevant tax issues will let you take advantage of tax opportunities while reducing your transaction risks. If you’re considering an M&A outside your home jurisdiction, getting specialized tax advice can help you ensure your deal is commercially viable.
KPMG Enterprise firms’ advisers can work with you to understand the tax implications of your potential deals and help you to structure transactions in ways that are tax-efficient. No matter where you are in the deals lifecycle, KPMG Enterprise can help you determine the best tax structures to support your endeavors.
Getting your business ready for sale can improve pricing and reduce the time to complete a transaction, but there are two other compelling reasons to begin grooming your business.
Selling a business is like your first time selling a house, just because you’ve lived in it and made it into a home doesn’t mean you know how to look at it from a buyer’s perspective.
Some family businesses successfully manage their management and ownership succession plans while preserving family and business harmony. There is no reason more family businesses cannot achieve similar outcomes. There is a proven approach to family business succession planning that produces better results
Before you begin to prepare for an IPO process, reflect on your decision to take your company public. Have you considered all the advantages and disadvantages? The IPO is not an end in itself, it is a different beginning. Once you have concluded that your decision is a sound one, you can begin to prepare your company for the transition to public life and develop a game plan for going public.
While it’s not always top-of-mind for business owners, succession planning is critical to ensuring the long-term success and value of the family business. A thought-out and successfully executed plan is key to securing a stable and sustainable future.