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Transaction Advisory Services

Get the Transaction Advisory Services you need for your next acquisition or financing from the professionals you trust.

At Hogg, Shain & Scheck, we know that all deals are not created equal, deal surprises can be deal killers and deal objectivity is a constant challenge.

Whether you are a buyer, seller, borrower or lender, we provide you transaction support and advice that is pro-active, backed by years of experience and focuses on helping you navigate the deal. Our transaction advisory team doesn’t do just due diligence, we help bring you clarity to your deal decisions.

We provide you transaction support and advice that is pro-active, backed by years of experience and focuses on helping you navigate the deal.

Our team provides deep experience and support to private equity firms, entrepreneurs, pension funds, strategic acquirers, high net worth investors and corporates looking to grow through acquisition, restructure or divest to attain their goals. Our Transaction Advisory Services team will support you by assessing the risks and opportunities involved with your next major transaction – whether it’s a merger, acquisition or financing – so that you receive optimal value from your transaction.

Our transaction advisory services include:

Our Experience

Our Transaction Advisory Service leaders have extensive experience in the small and mid-size enterprise market and with public and private transactions. We have served clients across a range of industries including mining, manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, retail, distribution, telecommunication and media, hospitality, real estate and service-based industries. Our transactions experience is global, having assisted clients in transactions originating in the US, Canada, Europe, South America and Asia.

We support private equity firms, entrepreneurs, pension funds, high net worth investors and corporations who are looking to grow or divest through a variety of means.
Contact us now to make an appointment with one of our Transaction Advisory Service leaders.

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