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If there is something not clearly explained in our brochure, you may arrange a meeting with our consultants to introduce the details to you.
The documentation starts from a Seller’s Registration Form, which will require you to provide details crucial to the evaluation process. Our consultants will also request the provision of financial accounts and other documents. The purpose is to facilitate the sale.
Based on the Corporate Valuation Methodologies, the market value of the corporation will be calculated. We will then compare this value with the owner’s will to come up with the Calling Price.
Yes we will market the information, let the message get reach to as much purchaser as possible, but at the same time maintain confidential status. Only purchaser who has signed Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) will know exactly which company is on sale and the details.
With the greatest team of consultants, we have the capability to target certain sectors and industries and approach the purchasers directly. We also have access to the highest net worth investors in Hong Kong.
As a well known broker firm, we receive a regular stream of purchasers everyday. Most of them are ready to purchase a medium-sized enterprise anytime.
Sometimes the information obtained previously in the Seller Form and Business Profile may not answer all questions the purchaser may raise. We will facilitate the handling of follow-up enquires.
It is advisable to let the purchaser think the deal is a bargain. Therefore, initial Calling Price should always allow room for discussion.
Seller and Purchaser shall sign the Preliminary Sale and Purchase Agreement, while the Purchaser shall make a deposit of the Purchase. Despite being relatively brief, the Preliminary Agreement itself is a standalone and fully effective agreement, with all primary terms and conditions set in this Agreement. The Sale itself is effectual with the signing of this Agreement, subject to certain condition precedents.
The Seller and the corporation will have to start working on the final steps of the sale, such as preparing the transfer of shares and directorship, and leasing matter if necessary. Whilst most operation aspects of a corporation shall remain unchanged, it may be prudent to notify the staff, suppliers and other major business partners, in a careful manner of course. It may also be necessary to arrange the important documents in a systematic manner, in preparation for hand over to the purchaser.
Theshares transfer day may or may not be on the Official Hand-over day. The Seller also have to make sure the assets listed in the asset and inventory lists are present and ready on the Official Hand-over day.
The cut-off date when all responsibilities are passed to the purchaser. The proprietary interest of all assets are passed to the purchaser. Starting from this day, the profit and loss and tax belong to the purchaser. Therefore, the purchaser shall start to run his/her own business.
The Seller may provide weeks or months of training himself/herself or by a manager. The purpose is to ensure the purchaser reaches operational ability.