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Negotiating Shareholder Buy-outs

Reasons for shareholder buy-outs

Shareholder buy-outs can be triggered due to a variety of reasons, such as retirement, relocation, breakdown in director relations, or simply a shareholder seeking to exit. The process can vary in complexity, dependent on whether the buy-out is amicably agreed or disputed between the shareholders involved.

Retaining financial performance

When a shareholder is seeking to exit the business, due to an ongoing dispute, it is key that any exit terms are agreed as soon as commercially possible, to prevent any negative impact to the financial performance of the business. We understand the time-sensitive nature of a buy-out, and we aim to complete any negotiation and subsequent transaction in the most cost-effective way possible.

Specialist assistance

From carrying out an independent valuation of the business, assisting with negotiating exit terms to agreeing the subsequent payment terms agreeable to all shareholders, our team of specialists can assist. We are also able to advise on the various buy-out options to ensure a satisfactory outcome for all shareholders and to ensure there is no adverse impact to the ongoing success of the business.

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