A small private manufacturing company was in the process of being acquired by a competitor.
The seller lacked the expertise and infrastructure to respond to the buyer’s requests.
Blythe Global handled all due diligence requests and acted as the first line of defense for questions from the buyer’s accounting, due diligence and legal teams. This assistance was critical in determining if the underlying assumptions of a merger or acquisition were correctly assessed. We helped collect, scrutinize and verify all required information and documentation and identified problems, errors, inconsistencies, threats and opportunities.
Blythe Global helped facilitate a successful close of sale on time and at the requested price – turning a potentially damaging situation into a positive outcome.
A $40 million semiconductor company owned by a venture capital firm.
This company needed to understand its options, as a candidate for both an IPO and an acquisition.
Blythe Global helped the executive team understand the ramifications of each option – including timelines, processes, staff requirements, costs (and how to control them), regulatory obligations and the implications of recent legislation.
The executive team now understands the opportunities and risks involved in each option. They also have the information to make the kinds of investments that will increase their value – regardless of which option they choose.