We help our clients navigate complex transaction processes.

At Bollus Lynch, LLP, we help clients capture the full value expected from every transaction. We provide our clients with a competitive edge by assisting in the speedy delivery of in-depth analyses around key issues. Working alongside our clients, we help them navigate complex transaction process to capitalize on opportunities and mitigate risks.

We understand the importance of a focused due diligence including the impact on deal value. At Bollus Lynch, LLP, we are dedicated to ascertaining the preservation and the creation of value in major business transactions. We provide an objective analysis to successfully evaluate opportunities across the risk and return spectrum. In addition, clients appreciate our diverse and deep industry expertise, which often accelerates the process and enhances the final result.

Our due diligence process is designed to minimize transaction risks and maximize value.

We perform due diligence to analyze the target business in detail.

We are cognizant of tax risks present in deal structuring.

We ensure issues identified during due diligence are factored into deal documents.

Key Merger & Acquisition Services

Financial Due Diligence

Evaluate the Quality of Historical and Projected Earnings

Assess the Valuation Adjustments

Analyze Revenue and Cost Trends

Analyze Margins and the Impact of Seasonality on Margins

Identifying the Net Debt Position

Assist in Analyzing Deal Price

Assist in Estimating the Value for Disposal and Divestiture of Businesses

Tax Due Diligence/Planning

Assess the Tax Impact Arising from a Change in Control

Assess Tax Exposures Regarding Purchase Price Adjustments

Vendor (Reverse) Due Diligence Assistance

Advice on and Preparation of Data Room Content

Accounting Support for Due Diligence Preparations

Sale and Purchase Agreement Review

Structuring the Purchase Price Adjustment Mechanism

Agreeing Net Asset or Normal Working Capital Targets

Accounting Policies and Definitions for the Agreements

M&A Accounting

Conversion on Opening Balance Sheets to Acquirer’s GAAP

Assist in Purchase Price Allocation, Valuations, and Accounting