Our portfolio of Investors seeks:
Portuguese Investors Group seeks Medical Clinics in the District of Porto to buy part or all of the capital.
Preference for clinics that have diagnostic tests and clinical analysis.

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Check out our “Business List” for sale, from the menu, and find the deal that interests you.
If you are interested in a particular business and can not find it, please contact us
We have several portfolio businesses that are not advertised
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Our support consists of:
• Counseling and structuring of the operation
• Evaluation of companies or businesses
• Promoting and promoting the business
• Search of potential buyers or sellers for the operation
• Representation of owners and investors
• Assistance in the transaction and closing of the operation
• Advice on merger processes
• Advising on MBO, MBI and LBO processes

“Management Buy-Out” (MBO)
An operation intended to support the acquisition of control of the company by the Management or by minority shareholders. Examples of these operations range from the acquisition of subsidiaries of large corporate groups by their managers, until the acquisition of control of companies or family groups.

“Management Buy-in” (MBI)
This operation is intended to support the takeover of the management of a company by a team of external managers.

“Leveraged buyout” (LBO)
Also referred to as a highly-leveraged transaction, it refers to a transaction where the controlling shareholder of the company is acquired and a significant portion of the payment is financed through debt. This strategy usually involves creating a vehicle (company) with relatively little capital that proceeds to the purchase of the target company in debt by the amount of the purchase.

We’ve found the potential partners you need to implement the strategy you’ve outlined for your business.

• Business partners (nationally and internationally) – possible customers and suppliers

• Business partners (nationally and internationally) – possible partners / financiers (business angels)

Contact us by sending us a contact email with a brief description of your project.

The value of companies is assuming a growing importance in the management of organizations, since the creation and maintenance of this same value is a key factor for the success in the acquisition of new partners, negotiation with investors / financiers, and such as mergers and acquisitions.
Based on this reality, Beon has developed a methodology for evaluating companies, parts of companies or investment projects that allows its clients to carry out business transactions, with the guarantee of better decision making, as well as the best throughout the negotiation process.
The ultimate objective of evaluating a business or company is the preparation of a technical file necessary to attract interest and potential investors and financiers of a company.

Get in touch with us and know our method of work.

1) Equity Optics – It is based on the valuation of the assets of the company, adjusted to the current market value. These assets will then be deducted from the liabilities, obtaining the value of equity. This method is mainly used in companies with high assets, particularly when there are companies in the retail or industrial sector.

This process considers the following data, whose sum determines the market value:
• FMV/FA (Fair market value of fixed assets and equipment) – This is the price paid in the free market to buy similar assets or equipment;
• LI (Leasehold improvements) – Leasehold improvements;
• OB (Owner benefit) – Salary earned by the management of the company by the owner;
• I (Inventory) – Value of inventory, including raw materials, products in process of manufacture and goods or finished products.

2) Income Optics – Discounted Cash-Flows: It requires a preliminary work in the development of a projection for the coming years based on a certain strategy, conditioned by the envisaged environment. The ultimate goal will be to obtain a value range based on the DCF (Discounted Cash-Flows) method. A method often used to evaluate businesses whose value comes from their ability to generate cash flow and profit.

3) Market Optics – Market Multiples Method: The value is determined by the market or by reference to the value of similar comparable companies, through market average multiples applied to a certain cash flow. This method determines the value of a business by using an “industry average” sales value as a multiplier. The industry average is based on comparable businesses sold recently. As a result, an industry-specific formula is generated, usually based on a multiple of gross sales.

Beon advises on the sale of the capital of a company, from the definition of the strategy of sale, looking for potential buyers, negotiating with them and closing the transaction.

Most common motivations for selling a business or business:

– Absence of successors at the time of retirement of managing partners;
– Difficulties in treasury;
– Disinvestment strategy in sectors outside the core business;
– Financing of other operations;
– Incompatibilities of management and dissidence of shareholders / shareholders;
– Needs to fit capital to make investments.

1) Structuring the Operation
– Company analysis
– Definition of the target price, terms and conditions of sale
– Elaboration of Sales Dossier / Evaluation Report

2) Promotion of Operation
– Promotion and dissemination of the operation
– Buyer search
– Evaluation of potential buyers
– Exchange of information / documentation

3) Negotiation and Closing
– Negotiation process
– Due diligence
– Final reviews
– Close transaction / transaction

If you want to sell your company, it is very important …

1. Know how to recognize the true degree of interest of the potential buyer as soon as possible, as well as whether the buyer has the financial capacity to carry out the transaction.
2. Knowing what information can and should be made available to the potential buyer, how it should be provided and when it should be delivered, in order to safeguard the maximum confidentiality and secrecy of the process.
3. Take the utmost precaution, so that your intention to sell in the market and in particular in your sector, nor your Stakeholders (customers, suppliers, employees, State, among others) is not divulged.
4. Do not neglect at any time the current management of your business, so that the value of the company is not affected by the course of the process.
5. Give an exclusive sales mandate to specialized consultants who can establish the necessary contacts and generate a shortilist of potential buyers.
6. Be well advised to know how to negotiate the guarantees and conditions of payment within the agreed period and all the implicit legal aspects of the transaction (eg purchase and sale agreement).
7. Try to get proposals from several potential buyers, in order to have choice and greater margin of maneuver in the negotiations;
8. Ask for a technical and independent assessment of the company, even if it has an idea of the desired price, so that the requested price does not make the negotiations unfeasible because it is inappropriate to the reality of the company / sector.
9. Consider at all times the human aspects of the operation, such as the relationship with suppliers, employees and customers.

For all the reasons presented, it is essential to request the advisory and execution of the operation from specialized consultants with experience in mergers and acquisitions of companies, who possess the necessary knowledge to carry out all the support services for the operation (technical evaluation of the company, audit financial statements, vendor due diligence, preparation of the business memorandum, preparation of the contract of purchase and sale and fiscal planning of the operation).

Beon ensures the structuring of the entire acquisition operation, from the definition of the purchase criteria, to the search for “target” companies, negotiation and closing of the operation.

Most common strategic motivations for buying a business:
– Acquisition of new technologies
– Consolidation
– Geographic expansion
– Extension of products or markets
– Incorporation of Research & Development (know-how)
– Elimination of barriers to entry into niche markets or specific sectors
– Annulment of undesirable competitors

1) Structuring the Operation
– Analysis of purchase objectives
– Definition of acquisition criteria / profile

2) Promotion of Operation
– Search for “target” purchasing companies
– Exchange of information / documentation
– Qualification of identified target companies

3) Negotiation and Closing
– Management of the negotiation process
– Final process reviews
– Definition of the financing strategy
– Transaction

Advice for those who want to buy

If you want to buy a company, it is very important …
1. Define the key characteristics and the ideal profile of the target company to be acquired.
2. Develop a method of evaluating the potential of companies that are potentially in a position to sell.
3. Knowing what information can and should be requested from companies in a potentially marketable position and that can support the decision.
4. Do not neglect at any time the current management of your current business, not allowing the ongoing negotiations to interfere with the strategy outlined for the company itself.
5. Provide an exclusive purchasing mandate to specialized consultants who can establish the necessary contacts with the target companies while maintaining the buyer’s anonymity.
6. Be aware that the partner / manager is more likely to disclose his intent to sell the company to an independent consultant than to do so to a company competing in the industry.
7. Be willing to analyze the alternative hypothesis of total or partial acquisition of holdings in companies in a potentially selling position.
8. Be well advised by an independent consultant throughout the negotiation process of the target company.
9. Have a shortlist of companies in a potentially marketable position so that they have the choice and greater margin of maneuver in the negotiations.
10. Request a technical evaluation of the companies in a selling position, even if they have an idea of the value of the company, so that the offered price does not make the negotiations unfeasible because it is out of balance with the real value of the company.

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