• A teaser is a document created with the intent to give the buyer just enough information to entice him or her to learn more about a potential company. Most of the time, the teaser is an anonymous document created by the seller, and is distributed to potential buyers by an M&A intermediary.


  • If you are in the market to buy a business, hiring an M&A intermediary will help you get the best deal for your dollar. Creating a strong buyer team is a good idea. However in order to ensure that the business of interest is everything that a seller says it is, we recommend that you hire other outside consultants to examine some of the most commonly overlooked ends of the business.


  • One of the biggest aspects of buying a business is the exchange of funds between the buyer and the seller. The most common form of payment for a company is cash, but there are other forms known as “consideration.” Consideration can be anything that a seller is willing to accept for compensation for the sale of their business.