Thinking of selling your business?
The sale or disposal of a valuable asset, such as a business you’ve dedicated years to building, is a delicate matter.
This may not be something you are considering at present but early planning and preparation are essential to ensuring the process runs as smoothly as possible when the time comes.
There are several reasons for wanting to sell or dispose of your business: You may wish to secure the value, look to take advantage of Entrepreneur’s Relief or possibly diversify investment risk. Alternatively, there may be personal reasons including a lifestyle change, planned relocation or even the pursuit of a new career.
Whatever your motive, you will want to maximise the return on your investment by timing this correctly so you can benefit from a peak market valuation.
Working in collaboration with Barclays, Kingston Smith are hosting a seminar led by speaker and partner Matt Meadows to outline the key issues business owners should consider before and during the sales process. This will include some useful examples from relevant case studies outlining some common pitfalls and advising how to avoid them.
Neil Budd from Barclays will follow on with some advice on the next steps post-sale of the business including what options are available for investment, possible tax implications and financial planning for the future.
Speakers: Matt Meadows, Partner, Kingston Smith Corporate Finance & Neil Budd, Wealth and Investments Management, Barclays
Time: 5.30pm registration, 6.00pm start. Finish 7.00pm, followed by networking, canapes and refreshments. Ends 8.30pm.
Date: 11 October 2016
Venue: The Havering Museum, 19-21 High St, Romford RM1 1JU
Date: October 11, 2016
Partner, Kingston Smith Corporate Finance
Wealth & Investments Management, Barclays
The Havering Museum
19-21 High St