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Survey: Middle Market Deal Terms

Deal Lawyers

Seyfarth Shaw recently published the ninth edition of its “Middle Market M&A SurveyBook,” which analyzes key contractual terms for 105 middle-market private target deals signed in 2022 and the first half of 2023. The survey focuses on deals with a purchase price of less than $1 billion.

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[Webinar] M&A Series: The Latest Trends in Middle-Market M&A - April 16th, 11:00 am - 11:15 am EDT

JD Supra: Mergers

Please join Williams Mullen attorneys Jon Bliley and Rakesh Parikh as they discuss the latest trends in middle-market M&A, touching on several topics, including rep & warranty insurance and indemnification. By: Williams Mullen

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ESG Considerations in Lower-Middle Market M&A: Why They Matter

Align Business Advisory Services

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the lower-middle market ($10-200 million) are increasingly influenced by Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors. Read More » The post ESG Considerations in Lower-Middle Market M&A: Why They Matter appeared first on Align BA.

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Deal Lawyers Download Podcast — 2023 Survey of Middle Market M&A

Deal Lawyers

Late last month, I blogged about Seyfarth Shaw’s recently published “Middle Market M&A SurveyBook,” now in its ninth edition.

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The Lower-Middle Market: What Is It—and Why You Should Care?

Align Business Advisory Services

The Lower-Middle Market: What Is It—and Why You Should Care? If you are an owner of a business with annual gross revenue in the range of $10 million up to $200 million, guess what: your business falls squarely into the lower-middle market for Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A). appeared first on Align BA.

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Lower Middle Market

Wall Street Mojo

Lower Middle Market Definition The Lower Middle Market (LMM) is a segment formed by companies ranging from $5 million to $50 million in annual revenue. It forms the lower end of the economy’s middle market, mainly small and medium enterprises.

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Highlights on the Reality in the Middle Market Today

JD Supra: Mergers

On May 7, 2024, Morrison Foerster’s New York City office co-hosted a Private Markets Pop-Up with Kayo Conference Series, an event that brought together professional women across the private credit and private equity markets for curated networking, educational content, and a supportive community atmosphere.