FourBridges Insights & News

Learn what's happening in the world of mergers and acquisitions – from industry updates and market trends to all kinds of tips and how-to's.


Knoxville Entrepreneur Joins Fourbridges Team

Mike Hatcher has joined the firm as a senior advisor.


Why TN Business Owners Should Consider Selling Now

National business media have heralded Tennessee as a top place for conducting commerce of all kinds.


GF Data® Roundtable Takeaways

Ralph recently participated in a GF Data® sponsored roundtable in the Atlanta offices of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP.


Selling your Business? 5 Issues To Weigh During Election Season

With every debate and stumping speech, it’s important to home in on the following issues that could make a difference in the merger and acquisition landscape.


In Latest M&A Trend, 'Family' Matters

As long as there is a lot of capital out there, low interest rates and a relatively decent economy where you can get good ad rates, that will propel the dealmaking forward.


5 Blind Spots That Can Make it Hard to Sell Your Business

Check these 5 blind spots that could make it tough to sell when a deal comes your way.


FourSight: Q2 in the Rear View

FourSight is a regular series of market updates to help business owners — and their attorneys, bankers or wealth managers — better understand what’s happening in the world of mergers and acquisitions.


Beware the Right of First Refusal

Think twice about a right of first refusal if you plan to sell your company – or if there’s a chance you might do so in the future.


FourSight: Have We Peaked?

Valuations reached record heights last year. Whether these numbers represent a peak in the seller’s market — or a trend that will continue — remains to be seen.


6 Ways to Get Your Business in Shape

Mental and operational preparations are key to taking advantage of what opportunities may lie ahead. To start, work through this checklist.


FourSight: Long Live the Seller's Market

As we’re nearing the end of 2017, reports are rolling in for the third quarter. The big picture, once again: our seller’s market persists.


Warning Signs: Is Your Commercial Client Selling the Business?

Your longest-lasting and most loyal banking clients may leave you, and it has nothing to do with your performance. You guessed it – they’re selling their businesses.

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