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Andy Fauver

Recent Posts

Three Key Trends to Consider in Private Equity Exit Planning

As the go-to partner for sell-side M&A deals, we see numerous approaches to exit planning, some more structured than others. We've identified these three key trends that are critical to a successful exit planning.

Q&A: How to Maintain Profit Growth

As part of their 2019 Annual US PE Breakdown report, Pitchbook interviewed Terry Oblander, our Chief Growth Officer, on how to maintain profit growth in uncertain markets.

Why You Need Quality of Pricing for Your 2020 Transactions

As you prioritize pre-transaction improvement initiatives, remember Warren Buffet’s statement:

The single most important decision in evaluating a business is pricing power.”

This is when you need to demonstrate pricing power and a track record of EBITDA improvement, and to showcase future growth opportunities to maximize exit value.

Private Equity B2B Dealmaking Dynamics

As competition for prime targets continues, execution prior to and post-close is as critical as ever. PitchBook and INSIGHT2PROFIT’s latest publication explores the key strategies private equity dealmakers are using to differentiate their approaches for swifter execution and greater certainty in results.

How Private Equity Dealmakers Unlock Value

The US dealmaking landscape and private equity deal makers have rarely been as competitive as they are now. Price tags are near or at record highs and yet the dealmaking cycle continues apace. Ensuring your deal is worth it remains more critical than ever before. In a recent interview with PitchBook, we review strategies to ensure revenue and EBITDA growth in the costly current environment.

3 Key Reasons Pricing Expertise Boost The Best Due Diligence Process

With fierce competition for prime assets and a flurry of Middle Market PE deals that put 2018 on pace for a record year1, both buyers and sellers are looking for any advantage. While the typical due diligence playbook includes financial, IT, employee, customer and market assessments, it ignores pricing analyses. Yet pricing diligence provides a unique advantage as it analyzes the strongest profit and value creation lever in any business…the power of pricing.