With over 25 years of experience in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) arena, our team of professionals is both knowledgeable and proactive. From due diligence and tax structuring to post-transaction integration, DGC has the technical expertise that sellers, buyers and lenders need.
Specifically, we have significant experience assisting clients with the following:
Whether you’re a seller, buyer, or lender, you need specialized merger and acquisition (M&A) advisory expertise to get the deal done right.
At DGC, we provide you with a synthesis of high-level business acumen and specialized industry knowledge. Our nimble, proactive approach is informed by your individual needs—and focused on producing customized solutions that work best for you.
Partnering with you, we can provide the technical advice and creative solutions to:
When you’re in the midst of an M&A opportunity, you don’t want anything to jeopardize the closing or the deal price. That means you need financial reporting and tax advice from the experts at DGC early in the process.
Our transaction advisory experts provide deep, practical knowledge, driving curiosity, and a true shoulder-to-shoulder collaboration focused on your real needs. From identifying potential issues to obtaining the maximum after tax net proceeds, we’ll help you get the deal done right.
Your business is your life. You’ve done everything you can to make it successful. But have you done the planning necessary to help your business succeed without you? Have you identified a family member or associate as your successor? Have you made plans to merge or sell? Have you created a structure to provide the necessary income for yourself or your family once any transition is completed?
At DGC, we view succession planning from a forward-looking perspective. We provide you with broad knowledge, shoulder-to-shoulder collaboration, and a deep expertise. We partner closely with you to get to know your succession goals and objectives and develop creative ideas and comprehensive strategies to meet them.
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