Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
Extensive financial and commerical experience allows our team to provide independent, expert advice to our clients. Ventnor recognise that there are many considerations when providing advice and ensure we have taken into account all internal and external factors.
We have experience advising on:
– Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestures
– Disposals / Trade Sales
– Strategic Investments
– Management Buy-outs
– Joint Ventures
We have answered some common questions we receive about Corporate Finance below. For detailed information, or to discover how Ventnor can grow your business, contact us via our online form and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as they can.
Corporate Finance is the advice around the capital structure of a company and sources of capital such as equity and debt to grow the business or divest.
A corporate finance specialist provides advice on a variety of complex capital structure considerations, including deriving the optimal mix of debt and equity, the impact on shareholder dilution and considerations to increase shareholder value.
The role of a corporate finance specialist is to maximise equity holders returns for shareholders and key stakeholders.
A career in corporate finance is both challenging and extremely rewarding. Once degree qualified, careers and opportunities in corporate finance are vast and can take various forms vary from advising or working with companies in the public, private and government sectors.
Combination of financial and commercial experience is essential to advising clients. Understanding important considerations such as dilution, financial modelling, capital structure, equity drivers, equity capital market, initial public offering (IPO) and governance considerations are all important aspects of the role.
Specialised in the area of debt.
Typically specialising in IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, divestments and spin offs and / or trade sales.
Project finance is typically linked to a specific project (e.g. infrastructure project) which involves the creation of a special purpose vehicle (SPV) and consideration to the most optimal capital and finance structures where corporate finance is typically linked to provision of advice to a group entity.