How to develop a clear vision for a merged business
Kenyon Partners’ Alan Kenyon explains how having an objective third party involved in the sale of your business can take the emotion out of the process. Perpetual’s Geoff Lloyd says it is important to understand business models and the aspirations of two businesses coming together. Forte Asset Solutions’ Stephen Prendeville believes having a clear vision of what a merged business is going to look like is critical to a successful transaction.
Barry Lambert argues that many businesses are doomed to failure because they are founded on poor business models, while Robbie Bennetts describes why operating structures are critical to maximising potential value in the long-term. Play
Barry Lambert discusses issues with fee-for-service models under FoFA, while Robbie Bennetts argues why flexible business models are needed to future-proof practices against regulatory changes. Play
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Tuesday, 23 April 2013
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