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30 Questions to Answer Before You Sell Your Business eBook

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Where to start?

Planning how to transition out of your business is a critical decision for executives and entrepreneurs. If you’re considering selling the business – either to external or internal interests – get a head-start on the process with these questions you’ll want to have or find answers for if you decide to sell.

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If you’d like professional merger and acquisition advisors’ assistance to find answers to these questions, contact Gary Gibbs below.

Gary Gibbs, CBA, ABV

Executive Vice President
Corporate Finance

Gary Gibbs has spent his career consulting on financial reporting and changes of ownership for companies throughout the U.S. in diverse industries. He is the firm’s most experienced officer in corporate financial services, including mergers and acquisitions. He works with clients and their legal counsel on economic and financial disclosures, and representations related to business ownership changes. Gibbs has been involved in financial consultation related to business mergers and sales of more than 100 companies involving more than $1 billion. In his capacity leading the corporate finance team, Gibbs oversees a variety of services to companies involved in ownership transition, including development of transition plans, generational transfers, buy side advice, sell side advice, development of acquisition strategies and plans for growth thru acquisitions.

Along with other departments at AGH, the corporate finance team provides buyers and sellers of business interests with a comprehensive portfolio of services to plan, execute and complete such transactions with increased success. Gibbs is a member of the Association of Merger and Acquisition Advisors. In addition to being a CPA and Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV), he has earned the Certified Business Appraiser (CBA) designation from the Institute of Business Appraisers and has earned the Certificate of Education Achievement in Business Valuation from the AICPA.