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The M&A Process of Selling
The Timeline for Selling your  Business
World Business Year  Acquisitions Group is the nation’s leading merger and advisory firm. We have created this timeline to give you a better understanding the selling process, and what we do for you.

 
The General Selling Process take 6-12 Months

 

Each step has a general time frame that is dependent on several factors, including the market, the industry, and how quickly we can get the necessary information from you to market your company.

We do not guarantee each step will be completed in the time frame given, but will make every effort to
sell your company in a timely manner.

 
We Have Broken Down The Selling Process Into Four Phases

Phase One: Marketing Preparation

Phase Two: Network and Qualifications

Phase Three: Offer and Negotiation

Phase Four: Due Diligence and Closing
Phase One: Marketing Preparation (1-2 months)

    Strategic kick-off meeting: We discuss your company, your objectives, and what you look to get out selling your company.
    Assessment and Valuation: We collect your financial data and together, determine a reasonable asking price.
    Create a Confidential Company Profile: We create a presentation representing your company, including the basics, highlights, and a financial snapshot, to release to potential buyers.

 
 Phase Two: Network and Qualifications (2-4 months)

    Marketing Outreach: We promote your company listing on over 150 social media sites to reach each potential buyer.
    Distribute Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA): Send a non-disclosure agreement to prospective buyers, specific to your listing, to ensure that your confidentiality is upheld and information is respected.
    Qualify Buyers: Once we obtain a fully executed NDA, we qualify that each potential buyer is suitable for purchasing your company.
    Distribute Confidential Company Profile: Once qualified, we distribute your company’s confidential profile.

 
Phase Three: Offer and Negotiation (1-3 months)

    Conference Call: We host a conference call between seller and potential buyer. This ensures that all questions are relayed in a controlled environment.
    Pre-LOI Due Diligence: Potential Buyer completes initial due diligence to verify company data.
    Letter of Intent: Interested buyers present offers.
    Evaluate and Negotiate Offers: We work with you to determine what offer you would like to accept.

 
Phase Four: Due Diligence and Closing (2-3 months)

    Final Due Diligence: We manage this process to ensure it is completed effectively.
    Legal Documentations: We ensure you understand what needs to be done legally to sell the company.
    Management Agreements: When necessary, we help construct a management agreement to ensure that all certification can be upheld.
    Closing: Manage the successful closing.

 

HCAG has over 30 years of experience within healthcare and mergers and acquisitions. We have the tools and the resources to ensure that we can sell your agency in a timely manner while maximizing your potential. With our knowledge, we understand the ins and outs of the selling process, ensuring that you are in safe hands when working with us! Confidentiality, respect, and trust are our key values and we ensure that they will be maintained in each step of the selling process.

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Iran's petrochemical industry will most likely have attracted  10 billion dollars in foreign investments by the end of the current Iranian calendar to March 20, 2018, a senior oil official said.
Amir Hossein Zamani Nia, Deputy petroleum minister in international affairs and trading, said to World Business Year  the fact that talks with several foreign investors are nearly complete, 10 billion dollars will be invested in petrochemical development projects by foreign financiers in Iran before the end of this calendar year.

He predicted that the current calendar year  will be a booming year for the petrochemical sector of Iran, adding negotiations with foreign developers are on the go in all sectors of the oil industry including the petrochemical sector.
A senior diplomat, Zamani Nia said the talks will, hopefully, lead to 50 to 80 billion dollars of investment in oil, gas and petrochemical projects in Iran.

"Petrochemical industry is a popular sector in which return on investment is guaranteed and security of investment is one of its major features," he said.

 

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Iran and Germany’s Medio Energy company have inked an MoU worth about 104 million dollars over construction of two wind and solar power plants in the south of Iran.

Khuzestan Regional Electricity Company of Iran and Germany’s Medio Energy Invest GmbH & Co. KG have sealed two Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with an aggregate total value of approximately 104 million dollars in order to build two solar and wind power stations in southern Iranian cities of Shushtar and Bandar-e Mahshahr.

Mahmoud Dashtbozorg, Managing Director of Khuzestan Regional Electricity Company, expounded on details of the two agreements with Germans saying “the cooperation agreement with Medio Energy company has been signed in line with development of renewable energy technologies as well as investment attraction.”

“The deal covers construction and implementation of a 20-megawwat solar power house in Shushtar through direct investment worth 24 million euros in addition to building and operation of a wind power plant in Bandar-e Mahshahr with a capacity of 50 megawatts and value of 80 million euros,” he added.

The official highlighted that the German investor has agreed to provide technical knowledge, experience, skilled workforce, capital, technical and economic capabilities as well as necessary equipment for construction of the power plants.

Dashtbozorg asserted that the Iranian side had spared no effort to provide grounds for attraction of domestic and foreign investors to electricity industry of the region with particular attention to the renewable energy sector.

Also on the sidelines of the MoU signing ceremony, the German investor Andreas Langberg said “in view of Iran’s advancement and capabilities as well as its willingness to launch cooperation over construction of renewable power plants, we are eager to commence activities immediately.”

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