2021 - The Best Time in Over a Decade to Sell Your Company?
The combination of a robust economic recovery out of Covid and pending capital gain tax rate increases, coupled with rising interest rates, makes 2021 the best time in many years to evaluate the sale of your business. Peter Schaefer and Paul Reilly of New Direction Partners, two of the most experienced investment bankers in the printing and packaging industries, will guide you through the complexities of today’s M&A world. They will explain how pending capital gains tax increases can wipe away any improvements that might be achieved by waiting for your profits to increase, as well as how rising interest rates will impact the ability of buyers to complete acquisitions.
In this session you will learn about:
- The latest M&A trends in the printing and packaging industry
- How the proposed legislative and regulatory changes are likely to affect overall mergers & acquisitions in the printing and packaging industry
- What printing and packaging businesses should think about when considering a sale
- The perspective of potential buyers in this environment
- … and more.
Who should attend? CEO’s, owners, presidents and anyone responsible for the successful sale of a print business.
About the Presenters:
Paul Reilly and Peter Schaefer are partners in New Direction Partners (NDP), the leading provider of advisory services for printing and packaging firms seeking growth and opportunity through mergers and acquisitions. NDP assists its clients by giving them expert guidance and peace of mind at every stage of the process of buying or selling a printing or packaging company. Services include representing selling shareholders; acquisition searches; valuation; capital formation and financing; and strategic planning. NDP’s partners have participated in more than 300 mergers and acquisitions since 1979. Collectively they possess more than 200 years of industry experience with transactions in aggregate exceeding $2 billion. For information, email email@example.com.
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Cost: FREE to PIAG members and $39 for not-yet members