Private equity firms are increasingly conducting sell-side due diligence to uncover details in two major areas that impact selling price: quality of earnings and taxes.
Private equity firms may need to change their models and rewrite growth narratives for their portfolio companies in response to ASC 606.
The Portland, Oregon-based company's offerings include seafood-based soups, meal kits and more. But Fishpeople's ambitions extend far beyond profit growth.
Read about this trend and more in the September/October issue of Middle Market Growth, focused on the food and beverage industry.
LPs don't simply want to know that a manager has environmental, social and governance policies; they want to see how they are being implemented.
Wiskus, a partner with RSM, discusses the tax law's impact on acquisitions involving U.S. and non-U.S. operations, and areas that need clarification.
ACG's vice president and senior counsel, public policy, discusses the association's advocacy efforts, including its regulatory and legislative initiatives.
The Deloitte Private technology leader discusses his firm's 2018 Mid-Market Technology Trends Report, including the role of talent and the future of work.
Darin Brock describes the M&A environment in Canada, attractive investment areas for TorQuest, and several of the PE firm's recent investments.
Fondrevay outlines common mistakes made during M&A transactions and steps to address human capital considerations earlier in the process.
Dr. Molko discusses the fast-growing, fragmented autism services industry, and the challenges and opportunities for private equity investors.
Favorable market conditions suggest now might be the time for middle-market owners to consider a liquidity event rather than deferring the decision to sell.
A hungry private equity market has created more liquidity alternatives for company owners.
The grocery industry has experienced distress and consolidation, and that's expected to continue. Here's a look at the drivers behind those trends.
IT, health care and real estate are three sectors that are likely to weather a future economic recession better than the broader economy.
The Senate confirmed a new Internal Revenue Service commissioner and the National Labor Relations Board proposed a change to the joint-employer standard.
A look at the lineup for ACG's upcoming Middle-Market Advocacy Summit, plus news from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The co-chairs of ACG's Public Policy committee weigh in on the Middle-Market Advocacy Summit and opportunities to engage in dialogue with policymakers.
Policymakers discuss post-recession financial regulation, a Senate committee reviews Trump’s nominee for the SEC, and other policy news of the week.