When a company starts considering the acquisition or potential merger with another company, their Board of Directors will often hire an investment banker, such as Martin Lustgarten, to insure they can attain an accurate valuation of the company in question. Lustgarten has long and quite successful experience in this area. Like the best investment bankers, he looks into all the possible assets a target company possesses, often finding value missed by its own managers. He does not stop at the simple and obvious liquid assets, he searches out every aspect of value in the business.
A variety of skills must be brought to bear when Lustgarten analyzes a company for Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A). Many happy former clients have used Lustgarten’s professional expertise as part of their full ‘due diligence’ process that gives the acquiring company’s Board all the facts in a most objective way. It is often the case that the M&A process is part of a company’s desire to grow more quickly than would be possible with the assets of their current enterprise.
Some people are surprised when they find out the exactly right professional to do this important valuation is an investment banker.
Martin Lustgarten is an investment banker and one of the top people in America who regularly performs asset determination. He founded his own investment bank and has assisted many clients with M&A due diligence evaluations. His finally report is often the determining factor in whether a company goes ahead with preliminary plans to merge with or acquire some or all of another company. Another great service he has often done is helping private companies when they are going public, to be traded on the stock markets. He is also well versed in helping make really complicated asset transactions, such as with bonds, stocks, and material asset transfers.
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