Whether you’re looking to divest a portion of – or all of – your business, there are a lot of complexities to consider. But you’re likely managing this deal on top of all your other duties.
When it comes to divestitures, you need someone who can dig into the details and answer questions on a broad range of accounting and finance topics.
Divestitures come with a variety of different scenarios, all depending on your specific needs, goals, and industry expectations.
Maybe you’re guiding your stakeholders to sell a noncore asset or divesting an asset or part of your business.
No matter what your specific situation is, you need a team who can help you work through the details on a tight timeline.
First and foremost, you need an adviser with accounting expertise and experience in your industry, so you don’t spend valuable time filling in the gaps.
Because divestitures require information from all facets of the company, you need someone who can help you connect the dots and map out the entire process.
From held for sale accounting to discontinued operations and beyond, we can help you make sense of your numbers. Plus, our extensive audit experience gives us the background to answer many of your divestiture questions in an audit-ready package.
Whether you’re working through a traditional IPO or a SPAC, we can help your business.
Get a smarter approach to transactions and due diligence with our integrated model.
Comply with the variety of valuation provisions and regulations with confidence.
Our highly specialized team can help you at every stage of your divestiture, offering comprehensive planning and audit-ready accounting. Whether you’re looking for expertise in one specific area or an adviser to walk you through the entire process, we can create a complete plan to navigate all the details.
Contact us today to see how we can get your divestiture deal done.
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