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Donavan Group Consulting in Singapore and Tokyo, Japan on Mergers and Acquisitions


Donavan Group guides clients acquire the highest value by merging Approach, Determination, Implementation and Synergy. The company serves as agents of sellers and buyers of privately-owned small to medium-sized targeted-market firms. The company has successfully closed more than 100 deals, particularly engaging in M&A, confidential sale and valuation through our team’s excellent performance.

Strategy

Positive results arise from applying a clearly-defined strategy. Comprehending how selling or acquiring a company can produce greater revenue is at the core of determining value, looking for buyers or sellers and closing the transaction. The company will guide you in designing the strategic structure for achieving a fruitful deal that benefits the two parties involved.

Diligence

You must become clearly aware of what you are acquiring or selling and how it will end up bringing you greater benefits than the present situation you are in. Diligence based on an effective method leads you to appreciate how to build more wealth from a sale or a business acquisition. The company can guide you determine the vital options for existing and ongoing worth by performing meticulous research.

Execution

Our company effectively connects buyers and sellers and facilitates the transaction procedure by conducting personalized buyer or seller searches, producing or evaluating selling offers, helping legal advice and guiding the negotiations.

Integration

The process of merging businesses demands stringent execution of a complete list of integration steps. Proper integration requires a clear strategy that involves mixing the best practices and the most qualified people from every company concerned. Donavan Group will assist this process with its broad and highly relevant expertise.

Selling a Company

Financial and methodical buyers constantly seek firms to buy. Donavan Group will provide several offers at the greatest return and with the most satisfactory conditions. The company will offer your business to several pinpointed buyers under strict privacy. Donavan Group provides excellent assistance in selling businesses over several industries and will also design an exit strategy, assess your company worth, conduct searches for buyers and facilitate the buy/sale negotiation.

Acquiring a Business

Due diligence is a vital requirement in the acquisition procedure. Donavan Group will guide you in obtaining returns from a purchase by getting a better understanding of the prospective firm and forging a sound strategy for integration. Our focus is always on building wealth, well-guided due diligence, risk evaluation and responsive integration. The company gage success in negotiating by implementing a streamlined transition and attaining the greatest value possible. Donavan Group will also undertake the acquisition search, fulfill due diligence, evaluate the business operations, assess the company worth, facilitate the buy-or-sale deal and help raise capital (equity and/or debt).

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