Transaction Advisory Services
Leveraging opportunities. Controlling risks.
Often, there's a delicate balance between risk and reward. Unfortunately, reports of M&A deals and transactions that failed to deliver the expected results are all too common.
That's why our experienced transaction advisory professionals thoroughly analyze and validate financial, operational and strategic assumptions to reveal opportunities and bring potential dangers to light. We help you structure the deal to ensure the successful integration of business operations, cultures and strategies, and maximize the value of your investment by also focusing on ways to achieve tax efficiencies.
When choosing the right transaction professionals to guide you, industry knowledge and experience are of prime importance. RSM has deep experience in a wide range of industries, including the following, among others:
- Consumer and industrial products
- Food and beverage
- Private equity
- Business services
- Health care
- Financial services
- Government contracting
- Manufacturing and distribution
- Real estate
- Energy services
Our transaction advisory services include:
Learn how the details affect price in cash-free, debt-free deals.
To ensure that carve-outs deliver shareholder value, private equity firms need to break free of transition services agreements as quickly as possible.
Most Recent Insights
In this video series, industry professionals explore valuation policies, methodologies and fundamentals for private equity.
Learn about the concept of calibration and its growing importance in private equity valuations.
Learn about the various approaches to forming and following valuation policies in private equity.
Unlocking the full value of an acquisition requires a detailed appraisal of all aspects of a business to prevent inherent buyer blind spots.
M&A activity in the information technology industry has stabilized and the outlook for the remainder of 2016 appears strong.
Spending across the entire health care industry continues to improve, but pricing pressures may result in a more modest pace of growth.
While consumer spending has remained positive, spending priorities continue to evolve away from major consumer products.
The business products and services industry is growing in step with the global economy, which is translating to a minimal-growth trajectory.
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