Acquisition, Disposal & Financing
Non-current assets, such as property and investments, are assets with an expected life of more than a year. Current assets are cash or other assets which can be expected to come via stocks, debtors, payments in advance etc.
There are two methods of obtaining an interest in a business that is being sold due to a risk of bankruptcy: Acquisition and Disposal.
Acquisition is an action in which a company buys most or all of a target company’s ownership stakes in order to assume control. These can be beneficial to a company’s growth strategy, as it may be easier to take over an existing company instead of expanding on its own. These approaches are usually performed through paying by cash, stocks, or both.
Company disposal or divestiture is the process of when a company selling its assets to increase the value of a firm. These approaches are a way for growing companies to focus on more profitable assets.
Acquiring and disposing of corporate finance requires a raft of skills. Good financial records are needed to demonstrate the stability and long term prospects of a company. LehmanBrown can provide skilled financial management that will ensure continued growth and achievement of plans and objectives.
LehmanBrown aims to make the acquisition and disposal process of entities a very smooth process for clients. We want them to understand their existing and future requirements, as well as short and long term business needs.
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