Ownership Transition and Capital Basic Model

When a contractor goes through an ownership transition, the business itself is the proverbial goose laying the golden egg.

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Remember the basic math formula for ownership transitions

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With that in mind, we often start with this simple calculator to look at the company’s ability to generate the cash required for a deal.

With some very basic numbers. Doing so allows all parties involved in a transaction to see what will generally work. We consider this the parallel to the initial conceptual sketches and discussions at the very beginning of a construction project.

You can tell all the basics from this model, including capital levels, future projected value growth, and estimated pay-off periods. When you have a few concepts that will generally work, you can build more complicated models and bring in advisors to help with the “Value Engineering” phase

There is no sense modeling a deal structure if the basics won’t work. Remember that no deal structure will “create” capital

Contact us to get a copy of this workbook that includes several worksheets that are helpful at these initial stages




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