Practice Group: Mergers & Acquisitions

The Mergers and Acquisition Practice Group serves to help companies, whether buyers or sellers, navigate complex buy-side or sell-side transactions with speed and agility. Check out the practice page to learn more about the people who serve this area, the services that CFOs2GO provides to global companies, and to read client success stories. 


 

“Hello. We want to buy your Company.” Now what do you do?

In this blog, CFOs2GO lead partner of Strategic Services Practice, Tom Sheppard discusses the process of selling your company and shares the questions that need to be addressed in this process. Read More

Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group

Help companies, whether buyers or sellers, navigate complex buy-side or sell-side transactions with speed and agility. Read More

Tom Sheppard

“Helping businesses cut through complex challenges with smart strategies and personal attention to make right … Read More

The Issue – March 2017

In this issue, Bob Weis discusses the importance of skill-sets traditionally associated with sales that should be present in a CFO if s/he is to be an effective communicator of a company’s financial information. This is particularly true in times of change such as growth or contraction. He cites a number of case studies from his experience and other respected sources (including the Harvard Business Review) and offers some insightful quotes from business leaders to build the case for looking beyond the numbers. He builds the case for seeking outside expertise on a part-time basis to assist the current CFO when unique or temporary circumstances are encountered such as mergers, acquisitions, foreign expansion, turnarounds, and rapid growth that strain capabilities. Read More

Surviving M&A Due Diligence

In this blog, Joe Markunas discusses the challenges of Due Diligence in an M&A Transaction. He explains why; if you are or will be entering into a sale or merger event, or if you are a professional adviser to a client doing so; your transaction will be enhanced by our CFOS2GO Due Diligence support. Read More

Is the Deck Stacked Against Foreign Firms Entering the U.S.?

In this blog, founding Partner, Bob Weis cites a blog in The Economist that discusses the challenges foreign firms face when entering the US Market. He then explains how local expertise will likely turn the negative numbers described by The Economist in your favor. Read More

Michaela Gifford

Michaela is a Consulting CFO, with a unique blend of financial analysis and planning through … Read More

Bob Stoffregen

Bob is an Advisory CFO who serves as a learned sounding-board and counsel to his fellow CFO consultants at CFOs2GO. With the unusual combination of both a CPA and a law degree, Bob’s career has focused on problem-solving – initially business structural issues, tax or accounting matters and then most recently dealing with the resolution of business finance and operational problems as well as the pursuit of business “rationalizations.” Read More

The Five-Year Business Plan: Using It to Sell Your Startup!

In this blog, Michaela discusses the importance of a five-year business plan for a startup and how it is a valuable asset that can act as an internal road-map for management decision making and serve as the basis for supporting your pitch to investors about future growth prospects. Read More

Robert Weis

Bob is the founder and CEO of CFOs2GO. He established the 2GO Group in 1986 and is currently most actively involved with the international practice of CFOs2Go, helping companies set up and maintain operations as well as attract top talent for their US team. Read More