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Transaction Support

Whether you are buying or selling a business, you need a single solution for transaction management . R.T. Belarmino & Co., CPAs  offers the expertise to quickly identify and quantify issues and provide meaningful solutions. We understand you want insight before you invest in a company and commit your capital, energy and reputation. We can help you know more about the target company’s strengths, weaknesses, potential risk areas and improvement opportunities to help in your investment decision and post-acquisition integration. Our middle-market focus provides relevant expertise to assist you in making appropriate decisions and negotiate from a position of strength.

Our transaction management approach is flexible and tailored to your specific needs. We will work with you to determine the appropriate scope of work, to confirm your thesis of the company’s value drivers and to reduce uncertainty.

If you are selling a business, or even a piece of it, you also need to anticipate the risks and issues that will arise from the buyer’s perspective. Being prepared is the key to capturing the full strategic value of a sale. Our transaction services team can assist you in all phases of a divestiture. We offer insight to help prevent surprises from occurring later in the sales process

What do we offer? 

  • Business models
  • Cash flow models
  • Working capital engagements-Assessing the quality of earnings and cash flow
  • Reviewing company forecasts compared to historical results and trends in the industry
  • Identifying asset and liability exposures
  • Determining the value drivers and risk areas
  • Analyzing working capital to understand the impact on cash flows and to assist in setting working capital targets
  • Analyzing historical and related future baseline and growth capital expenditures
  • Identifying internal control weaknesses including observations on systems
  • Performing market research
  • Identifying carve-out issues if part of a larger entity, including standalone and one-time integration costs
  • Assessing differences from generally accepted accounting principles