Crowe participates in Irish Times Corporate Finance report

Crowe participates in Irish Times Corporate Finance report

07/10/2022
Crowe participates in Irish Times Corporate Finance report
Crowe's managing partner Naoise Cosgrove and Corporate Finance director Colm Sheehan.
Crowe was delighted to contribute to three articles for the recently published corporate finance report entitled How can businesses navigate choppy economic waters? 

A joint publication by The Irish Times and Irish Examiner that looks at the principal sources of corporate finance available to Irish companies and the challenges presented by the current economic environment.

Finance is the lifeblood of every business. Whether it is short-term working capital requirements or longer-term bond issues to fund business growth, every company needs access to finance if it is to succeed. 
 
The funding landscape for business has changed significantly in recent years, there are now a wide range of alternative lenders in the market. There is a vibrant private equity market with funds who are interested in investing alongside owners and their management teams.
Naoise Cosgrove
A specialist in M&A transactions, Crowe managing partner Naoise Cosgrove talks to Barry McCall and Danielle Barron about the challenges of SME business face accessing funding in a changed landscape. 

Corporate finance director Colm Sheehan discusses vendor loans as a funding option with Sandra O’Connell: 
Vendor finance is, in effect, a form of deferred consideration attached to the deal. It generally works best where the vendor will retain some role in the business post-sale or where the vendor is financially secure and is happy to defer an element of the consideration.
Colm Sheehan

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How can businesses navigate choppy economic waters? 

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Irish examiner report Sep 2022
Crowe recognises the challenges business owners face in the current business environment. The business landscape is transformed – whether through changes in technology, increased regulation, the complexities of Brexit or the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. But what does change mean for your business or for your sector?

All leaders, no matter how experienced, need guidance through challenging times. Having the support of experts that can provide the right, tailored financial and business advice across a breadth of specialisations can make all the difference.

In a series of articles entitled What's your next move? we share expert opinion to help owners redefine their business and respond proactively to build lasting value.

Make your next move count

At Crowe, we’ve been helping businesses grow and thrive for over 80 years and we can help you prepare and adapt to a changed landscape. Contact member of our leaderships team today to find out how we can help you make smart decisions that build lasting value in your business. 
Naoise Cosgrove, Managing partner - Crowe Ireland
Naoise Cosgrove    
Managing Partner
Corporate Finance
Partner, Corporate Recovery - Crowe Ireland
Aiden Murphy  
Partner
Corporate Recovery
Colm Sheehan - Crowe Irelnad
Colm Sheehan
Director, Corporate Finance