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Tech M&A: how to use locked box and completion accounts
In many M&A deals, the buyer and seller(s) include a mechanism to adjust the final purchase price. The two common mechanisms used are completion accounts and a locked box adjustment. We look at each in turn.
tech M&A: factors to consider when receiving shares as consideration
What if a private or non-listed tech company offers to acquire your company? And instead of cash, they fully or partially offer shares as consideration?
an introduction to warranty and indemnity insurance
This guide will cover what W&I insurance is, policy exclusions, some drafting considerations, and premiums.
what you need to know about secondary sales in VC backed startups
Founders and investors typically consider secondary sales after a few years because they want some cash out. Here's what to consider.
selling your tech company, part 1: the initial stages
Thinking of selling your tech company? Read this first. This two-part guide talks you through the process and what to consider.
selling your tech company, part 2: closing the deal
In this guide, we talk you through what happens after you’ve signed the letter of intent – the steps and issues you are likely to face on the path to completing the sale of your business.
who will buy you, why, and for what price?
As well as being entertaining, there are also some good reasons to think ahead about who might buy your company – it will: help you to build your business in…
six tips to building your tech company for a successful exit
The goal of most tech company founders is to build a successful business that will ultimately reward them with a high value exit.
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