Deals get done for a lot of reasons: strategy, investment, taxes, you name it. To get the deal done right, it helps to be clear about the reasons behind the deal—and to communicate those to everyone affected. Our mergers and acquisition consultants help clients navigate the tricky waters of mergers and acquisitions to help clarify the business goals behind the deal so that everyone works together to achieve them. We'll help you conduct effective diligence processes, prepare for critical Close and Day One activities, and support you through the post-integration roadmap.
Our experienced, industry-relevant teams can help you prepare for the transaction by laying the essential pre-deal groundwork. Point B provides you with invaluable insights that align M&A efforts with corporate strategy - through developing targeting criteria, supporting the screening process, or providing diligence leadership.
Whether you are on the buy-side or sell-side, Point B helps you plan for a successful close and beyond. Our focus on value creation, balance of rigor and flexibility, and our ability to partner on the integration separates us from the rest. Managing organizational change is a critical part of the journey for both organizations. Point B has helped hundreds of client develop strategies, prepare for close, and drive the execution of an integration or divestiture.
Bolster the capabilities and performance of your internal M&A team by partnering with Point B. We help clients craft and optimize internal acquisition integration playbooks, and assess readiness for integration. If a current integration is underway but not realizing expected value, our uniquely collaborative approach can get the integration back on track.
Transaction & Capital Advisory
Our M&A Practice, along with the Point B Capital team, brings a unique perspective to help develop and launch a corporate venture capital fund or help prepare a company for an IPO.
How We Help
Banking on a Smoother M&A Transition
Supporting Integration for One of the Financial Industry’s Largest Acquisitions