Middle Market M&A Monthly Update: August
Allegiance Capital Corporation in the News
We’re very proud of our contributions to Inc. Magazine online, one of the best resources for entrepreneurs and business owners. We currently have seven articles posted at our exclusive Capital Advisor column, covering topics such as the biggest surprises about selling your company, reasons to have a valuation (or not), and how your ego could derail the best sale of your life. Read them all here:
You’re an Entrepreneur Starting a Business — Can you “Have It All”?
From our Founder and Chairman, David Mahmood.
Choosing to be an entrepreneur means you’ll be making some sacrifices. Be honest with yourself and your family about the trade-offs, and do this as a team.
Still Waiting for the Economy to Improve? Not a Good Idea.
From our President and CEO, David Lonsdale.
Our national anxiety about the economy is becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy. Here’s why we should stop worrying and start moving forwards.
Selling Your Company: How to Find Your “Soulmate” Investor
From Tanya Marvin-Horowitz, Managing Director of our New York office.
Originally published at women2.com, this article explores how to recognize the ”chemistry” between a buyer and seller that’s essential for a successful deal.
Articles, Resources and White Papers
Our Middle Market M&A, Midyear Report 2012 is here! The bottom line: middle market M&A hasn’t seen the 2012 bump we’ve been expecting, but all the factors are still in place for that to happen. Read on to find out why.
IndustryWeek has a timely article on Manufacturing’s Future in the U.S. Industrial production is rising, but domestic employment continues to fall. The growing trend towards on-shoring may be able to change that.
Allegiance is more than pleased to annouce our two latest successful closings:
Hendrix Electric, Inc. — Allegiance facilitated acquisition of its client Hendrix Electric by investor T&D Solutions, a portfolio company of Huntsman Gay Global Capital. Hendrix Electric was founded in 1970 and provides a broad range of electrical contracting needs to the commercial, industrial, and utility markets.
Chico Coffman Tank Trucks, Inc. — Allegiance Capital facilitated acquisition of its client Chico Coffman Tank Trucks by Frontier Oil Services. Coffman is a salt water disposal company operating primarily in the Barnett Shale in North Texas, with 2011 revenues of $40.5 million and EBITDA of $3.25 million.
As always, keep an eye on our Current Engagements. We currently have clients in industrial contracting, telecommunications, consumer products, and several other verticals. We’re also representing no less than five oilfield services companies, as well as a Brazilian residential contractor. (Has anyone else seen how Brazil’s economy is soaring under the entrepreneur-focused leadership of President Dilma Rousseff?)
If you’re interested in learning more about what’s involved with selling your company or options for growth capital, call us today for a brief complimentary consultation: 214-217-7750. This is an opportunity worth exploring.