One of the biggest growing pain for a company is shareholder fatigue.
What is “shareholder fatigue?”
Previously enthused investors may have been strong supporters of your company, however their time horizon has reached its limit. Such shareholders are looking for an expedient exit that may not be in the best interest of long-term shareholder and the company as a whole.
What’s worse is being forced to hold onto your illiquid assets waiting around for an IPO or M&A event … on someone else’s timeline.
Is there a way to monetize your illiquid assets now … on your own 6-9 month timetable?
Thankfully, the answer is yes. And that’s exactly what I’m going to walk you through in today’s post … the six stages of liquidity.
in fact, this is precisely the process we use in all our engagements, but the stages are universal so you can easily apply them to your own strategic plan or liquidity advisor.
(1) Consultation & Engagement
(2) Pre-Underwriting Preparation
(3) Deal Packaging & Underwriting
(4) Deal Placement & Distribution
(5) Negotiation & Due Diligence
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