Corporate Advisors Ltd
Mergers and acquisitions advisory firm specialising in business sales for smaller and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Wide range of industries including manufacturing, engineering, healthcare and technology sectors.
We help our clients:
• Sell a business
• Sell a division (our focus is middle market transactions)
• Find investors to fund growth
• Manage corporate acquisitions programmess
• Prepare a company for sale (CA also offers turnaround consulting)
With offices in London (UK) and Washington DC (USA), CA provides exceptional access to the international marketplace for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). We are routinely in contact with international buyers on either side of the Atlantic, searching for acquisition targets.
CA’s 10-year history in the international M&A marketplace has spawned strong relationships with clients and professional contacts worldwide.
International removals and storage: US headquartered (east coast/mid-Atlantic). $10m turnover and EBITDA $2m+, large premises with potential for significant expansion, high proportion of Federal Government (Military) contract work, which is subject to special licence. The business is fully licenced to operate across the USA and internationally. Available with or £1.1m - £1.6m. Family owned and managed. Profitable, with strong order book.without freehold properties.
Playground and sports equipment manufacturer/supplier, with exceptional reputation for quality. Provides full service playground design, supply and installation. Sales in range
Healthcare IT – includes proprietary IT, contract-based revenues and established relationship with off-shore development facility. Details on request.
Some of our most successful assignments have been for acquirers who recognises the advantages using of a good intermediary in the deal process. CA's corporate acquisition programmes are geared to uncovering a wide choice of targets - and typically, these companies are not actively seeking a buyer, thus avoiding the potentially high cost and uncertainty of auctions.
We are constantly in touch with companies who may be open to an approach (although not formally 'for sale'). We encourage prospective acquirers to alert us to their interests or any formal acquisition criteria - if we come across suitable opportunities, we may be in a position to facilitate an introduction.