REASONS FOR SELLING A COMPANY
- There is a more attractive opportunity in a new venture.
- Company has insurmountable management and/or industrial relations problems.
- Lack of heirs or the failure to retain talented management.
- The outlook for the business is dim.
- The sale of a branch for geographical reasons.
- There is a poor product fit within the company.
- Owner retirement where the sales presents an opportunity to monetize the value of the firm.
- Seller needs funds to repay some of the debt financing from prior acquisitions.