If you are a firm that is open for a takeover and is willing to explore strategic and capital raising alternatives, then you are at the right place. Some of the companies that make attractive takeover targets are:

  • Firms with a unique niche in a particular product or service
  • Small companies with viable products or services but insufficient financing
  • Similar companies in close geographic proximity where combining forces could improve efficiency
  • Otherwise viable companies that pay too much for debt could be refinanced at a lower cost if a larger company with better credit took over
  • Companies with good potential value but management challenges


  1. Strategy formulation and profile specification 
  2. Drawing up a long list of potential candidates
  3. Selecting and approaching candidates
  4. Market analysis and valuation
  5. Negotiating with candidates
  6. Letter of Intent
  7. Due diligence investigation and final negotiations
  8. Financing
  9. Drawing up the purchase agreement
  10. Closing

Documents Required:

  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Letter of Intent
  • Acquisition Agreement
  • MOA (Memorandum of Association) and AOA (Articles of Association).
  • Submit a consent affidavit filed by the number of unsecured creditors.
  • Audited Balance Sheet.
  • A detailed list of all equity shareholders.
  • Auditor’s Certificating defining the number of Secured Creditors.
  • Auditor’s Certificating defining the number of Unsecured Creditors.
  • Submit a Board Resolution for authorization and approval of the scheme.
  • Affidavits filed by the Equity Shareholders.
  • Submit the Auditor’s Certification about the accounting treatment prescribed in the Scheme of Amalgamation.
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