What Cadeau & Company Offers Buyers
COORDINATION OF STRATEGIC BUSINESS ADVISORS
The buyer has been working with their CPAs, attorneys, financial planners and other trusted advisers before entering the purchasing arena. C&C becomes a valuable part of this team as an adviser of the deal structure with the purchase of a company.
SUMMARY OF BUSINESS INFORMATION
Each company for sale will have a detailed proposal available for the buyer to review. It will provide a descriptive narrative of the business operations as well as financial information to qualified prospective purchasers.
DISCRETIONARY CASH FLOW ANALYSIS
C&C will assist the buyer in understanding the amount of cash flow generated from the company for the benefit of the owner. This cash flow would be available for the new owner to draw as compensation or satisfy any debt service incurred during the acquisition process.
C&C has a variety of contacts with financial institutions that are accustom to lending for the purpose of a business acquisition.
C&C can offer representation to the buyer that may have a desire to enter an industry, or to purchase a specific business. Target searches for companies that fit the buyer’s criteria can be made to maintain the confidentiality of the proposed transaction.
VISA BUYER INFORMATION
C&C has a snapshot of the requirements here. Please call for more details. E-2 (Treaty Investor), key visa requirements:
- Must be a citizen of a treaty country, e.g. Germany, Netherlands, U.K., Canada, etc.
- A substantial investment in the U.S. must be made. Some financing restrictions apply.
- Business must be quite profitable and employ U.S. workers.
- Funds must have been committed to the business purchase.
L-1 (Intra-Company Transferee), key visa requirements:
- The foreign business must be an affiliate of the U.S. business. This is achieved through joint ownership: one business owns the other, or the same individual has the controlling interest in both businesses, or the same group of individuals jointly hold a controlling interest in both businesses.
- You must have worked in the foreign business as a manager or executive for at least one year in the last three and have a similar position in the U.S. company.
- The U.S. company must have already been established or purchased. The foreign company must continue to operate in your absence.