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M&A Spotlight | Food + Beverage

M&A Spotlight | Food + Beverage

6/28/2017

With the flurry of M&A activity in the food + beverage industry, financial position is a critical consideration. Whether your company is looking to be acquired, seeking to remain independent, or hunting for prospective organizations to purchase, a strong cash position is ideal in this market.

Among the list of most influential factors in M&A activity* were:

When considering your company’s place in the market, one strategy to improve cash position is employing a sale and leaseback transaction. A sale and leaseback, or a cash reimbursement, allows your company to be reimbursed 100% of the original purchase price for any capital equipment that was purchased with cash – all without any interruption to its use. Related software, services, and build-out expenses are also eligible for reimbursement.


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By strengthening your cash position, you can improve liquidity, maintain debt ratings, and spread the cost of the equipment over the life of the asset – all while positioning your company for growth.

Learn more about First American’s cash reimbursement program here

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