Corrosion Service

Speaking the bank’s language.

Background

One of three equal shareholders of a infrastructure services company approached FirePower seeking advice on how buy out the other two shareholders.

The shareholders were in disagreement about the company's growth strategy, with the operating shareholder wanting to reinvest in the company’s growth, and the other two exclusively interested in their share of dividends.

Solution

FirePower's M&A Advisory team worked in confidence with the operating shareholder, structuring a deal to buy out the shares of the other two shareholders, and ensure the company’s growth. Confidentiality was critical throughout this transaction. FirePower put the deal in place through a discreet process and was able to navigate the process without the other two shareholders' knowledge.

The operating shareholder was able to exercise the “shotgun clause”, which gave the other two partners 30 days to reverse the deal.

Unable to put together a counter offer before the term expired, they were bought out. The infrastructure services business is now growing at a much quicker pace, with strong leadership and a clear vision.

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Case Studies

Last Call Analytics
When FirePower first met Last Call Analytics, the company was building custom big data analytics and visualization software platforms for frontline sales staff, primarily of beverage & alcohol distributors, but also for clients in other industries.  Last Call needed capital to grow, as well as strategic guidance to develop a stronger revenue model and focused direction. FirePower invested both capital and hard work, shifting the revenue model, focusing its resources, and ultimately, helping the company achieve its potential.

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Rhyno Equity Group
Rhyno is a private equity firm that acquires mid-market manufacturing companies in the GTA. Rhyno's partners engaged FirePower to structure the buy-out of a kitchen cabinet maker.

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Market Insights
From the archives: October 2020

A Comparative Data Maturity Score for the Mid-Market: How do you stack up?
"Data is the new oil."  By now, most have heard this quote dating back to 2006 and credited to British mathematician Clive Humby, who…

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