Small Business Management Buyout Financing
Small Business MBO Financing Specialists
Is Your Team Taking Over a Company?
Commercial Capital helps managers that want to finance their acquisitions using a Management Buyout (MBO) structure.
Management Buyouts are an effective tool for management teams to acquire the company they work for. While MBOs present great opportunities to buyers, structuring the right financing can be challenging.
Our team has experience with the opportunities and challenges managers face when executing a MBO. We can work with you to structure a financial package that aligns with your objectives and helps you achieve your desired outcome.
Unlike large investment banks and financial institutions, we focus exclusively on small transactions.
Why work with us?
Small business MBO specialists
Access options previously reserved for large companies
Tailored financing solutions to meet specific needs
Able to structure complex transactions
Post-acquisition working capital solutions
Debt financing options
Deep industry knowledge
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Small Business Acquisition Experts
Small business acquisitions are often complex. Finding the right solution can seem overwhelming.
Unfortunately, many large finance companies overlook smaller deals, leaving entrepreneurs limited options.
At Commercial Capital, we understand the unique challenges that entrepreneurs face. We have specialized in small business financing for nearly two decades.
As your dedicated partner, we are committed to providing acquisition financing solutions tailored to your specific needs, capabilities, and objectives.
We handle transactions that meet these criteria:
Size: $500,000 to $5,000,000
Has business experience (with some exceptions)
Ability to provide a minimum contribution of 10% towards the transaction
Have made an offer or be in the process of making one
MBO Case Study
Acquisition Carve-Out of a Vertically Integrated Company
This article presents the case study of a management buyout of a small company with two vertically integrated business lines. This case study shows a transaction in which the seller carved out and sold one of the business lines to a company manager.
The seller kept the other line of business as a stand-alone company. In this case study, we cover:
Note: All names have been changed to protect the participants' privacy.
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