ENGAGEMENT AND PLANNING

APPRAISAL

MERGERS AND AQUISITIONS

Catheryn is a valuable asset if you are looking to grow through acquisition. She believes that a successful acquisition and integration starts with careful planning and self-assessment before embarking on a purchase. Catheryn has extensive merger and acquisition expertise, plus buyers interested in buying companies, consolidating businesses and growing through acquisitions.

Catheryn will review your company’s readiness for undertaking an acquisition and achieving a successful integration, then identify likely acquisition or merger prospects based on strategic and financial factors. Together, you will collaborate to determine strategic M&A goals. Catheryn will confidentially contact prospects and screen for qualified and serious prospects, plus assist in evaluation, negotiation and due diligence, and complete the acquisition or merger, including final negotiations, documentation and any post-acquisition or merger matters.

If your business or company is a target for a merger or acquisition and you could profit from working with Catheryn, contact her today.

BUSINESS MENTORING

Whether you are looking to purchase a business, merge companies, or sell a business, Catheryn has the specialist experience and insights you need throughout every business stage. Catheryn has founded, managed and sold her own businesses, so has first-hand knowledge of the rewards, challenges and difficulties of operations, sales, exit strategies, plus mergers and acquisitions. She will work with you to understand your requirements and circumstances, and design and implement strategies that will put you on a clear path towards achieving your long-term business aspirations. Her level of business advice and mentoring can be tailored to your business, to include:

 

  • Geographic expansion, acquisition of expertise, addition of complementary products or services, or new customers

  • Thorough business review that identifies strengths, weaknesses, and a realistic plan to prepare the business for sale, transformation, merger or acquisition

  • Review, systemisation and resources for upscale and efficiency and service delivery

  • Diagnose areas of opportunity for performance improvement, quality enhancement, or cost reduction

  • Leadership skills to enhance positive staff morale or recruit a new team

  • Improve practice profitability by creating a growth strategy

  • Sell your business now, or whether to wait for a more opportune time

  • Options to sell a portion of your business to a targeted buyer with the aim of freeing up some of your capital

  • Advice to management teams in developing their plans for a buyout and negotiating with potential providers of capital and vendors

  • Any other option that is suitable to you and your business

 

Every business is unique. Contact Catheryn today to review your business and discuss your discuss your goals, plans and options.

LET'S PLAN YOUR EXIT SUCCESS

Whether you are planning on selling your business now, or in 2 to 5 years’ time, it is never too early to start planning your exit strategy. Planning for your exit long before it's necessary can give you, your employees and your family peace of mind. Whether you plan to pass your business on to the next generation, hand it off to a partner or sell it altogether, planning is essential for a smooth transition. Unlike other businesses, a healthcare practice requires a licensed professional to take it over, which means succession planning well ahead of time is vital.

“I have a deep understanding of the complexities and sensitivities involved in buying and selling healthcare practices and I am committed to ensuring my clients get the price, terms and compatibility they are looking for. I work with potential sellers to ensure contingency plans, relevant documentation and systems are in place in order to effectively enable buyer due diligence and reflect your business in the best possible light to potential future purchasers. Planning your Exit Success is crucial to both the longevity of the enterprise and to the future sale of the business”.

Catheryn Wright