The Closest Thing to a Guarantee with Your Divestiture
If you are considering the strategic divestiture of one of your subsidiaries, then skilled, professional representation and qualified experience are paramount.
With an almost 100% success rate for corporate divestitures, our highly-skilled research team excels at locating prospective strategic and/or financial buyers for your subsidiary -- even if your subsidiary is in a turnaround situation.
NBS can help you manage the divestiture of a subsidiary while:
- Maximizing valuation for the parent and shareholders utilizing our confidential auction process,
- Keeping the impending divestiture strictly confidential throughout the process, and
- Keeping control over the timing and release of sensitive information.
Leverage 40 Years of Experience
Divestitures are generally well-received in the market, and we have the experience to prove it. There is a perception that because they're owned by larger corporations, subsidiaries are often better run and documented than independently-owned businesses of a similar size.
If you’re serious about selling one of your subsidiaries, we can help maximize your potential.
Thinking about selling a business subsidiary? Preparation is the first step to maximizing your potential payday. Get prepared with our 40-point Business Assessment Checklist.
It’s a free template that gives you a head start on everything you’ll need to assemble prior to putting your subsidiary on the market.
Is now the right time to sell your business?
Some businesses are selling for a premium right now. Others are selling at bargain prices. Find out if now's the time to cash out or the time to refine and position yourself for a sale down the road.
These 10 questions can provide the answer.
40-Point Business Exit Checklist
Thinking about selling your business or a subsidiary?
Get prepared with our 40-point Business Exit Checklist. Preparation is the first step to maximizing your potential payday.
It’s a free template that gives you a head start on everything you’ll need to assemble prior to putting your business on the market.