The investment banking professional stands ready to properly advise his or her client as to how to properly administrate complicated corporate transactions. One such transaction is known as the M&A transaction, known, too, as the Merger and Acquisition transaction. The preceding process is generally the sale and purchase of another business or a portion of the other enterprise. The transaction may also involve a section of the investment banker’s client’s business wherein the client wishes to form an independent enterprise. This type of transaction, too, is relative to the investment banker defending his client when another business is coming forth in way of a Hostile takeover. (A hostile takeover is when one organization wishes to acquire another organization. The company acquired is referred to as the target corporation. The company wishing to acquire the target company goes by the term of the acquiring company or acquirer. This type of activity is achieved by the acquiring company going straight to the company’s stockholders or battling in order to replace the management on board–at the target organization–in order to get acquisition of the target accepted.)
More About the M&A Deal:
The investment banker, in the preceding regard, assists his or her preferred clientele through the entirety of the process of corporation deal-making. The investment banker, accordingly, devises a plan of action, working alongside his or her client. The decision is made, by the two parties, what strategy which to engage: Each properly assesses the transaction that has been formulated. The investment banker and his or her client, share information, with regard to the transaction, and properly evaluates the shared data. This data is inclusive of: valuation of the company to be sold or purchased as well as marketing the company to prospects or potential buyers. The two entities involve themselves in the processes of bidding and negotiation. These processes are genuinely highly complex; therefore, the services of an investment banker is required, by the business involved within this complicated deal. The investment banker, lastly, assures that his or her client’s money is handled proficiently, reliably and honestly, since the deal normally consists of great sums of it. The safe exchange, in other words, of the funds involved, as it pertains to the M&A deal, needs to be reliably executed. The safe exchange is necessary in order to assure that success of the transaction is properly achieved.
Notes Regarding Martin Lustgarten, CEO of Lustgarten Martin:
Martin Lustgarten, Chief Executive Officer of the Investment Banking House Lustgarten Martin, provides each of his distinguished clients with investment banking services on a global perspective, as well as locally. He resides within the sunny Miami metropolitan area. Mr. Lustgarten is the ultimate negotiator: therefore, he is quite comfortable in providing deal-making services, as it pertains to M&A transactions, on behalf of the distinguished clientele, he loyally represents. Mr. Lustgarten, too, is well-experienced, in way of raising Capital for growing organizations.
His avocations, as well, are relative to his high-end communication style: Mr. Lustgarten is known far-and-wide as a vintage watch trader. In fact, Martin Lustgarten is greatly consumed with the collecting of antiques and vintage items. He enjoys the climate and sunny weather of the Miami area, too—where he enjoys being a resident. He is reflective at how wonderful the city appears before all of the upcoming activity gets under way. He likes movement—so to speak—particularly economic movement that proves favorable to himself and his investing client community. It is this positive attitude that has earned Martin Lustgarten, much, in the way of a reliable and honest reputation, in favorably assisting his savvy client base, with the goal of reaching financially healthy conclusions.