Mergers & acquisitions
At what price do you wish to buy or sell a company? A strategic decision to buy or sell a company requires insight in the firm’s value. The valuation can be leading during price discussions and negotiations. With the knowledge on the valuation, your strategic decision is well-founded.
At what value should you restructure the shares or assets? For a strategic decision to transfer shares or assets among family members, an employee participation or an (international) restructuring, a valuation is required.
As shareholders, you can disagree on the terms and conditions of the business interest to be transferred. What is an acceptable price for purchasing or selling the shares? A valuation can provide substantiated answers during such a discussion and expedite the procedure.
Recognising an acquisition or investment in the financial statements? Or testing the acquisition or investment for an impairment? Both cases can severely impact the financial statements and their users. The valuation ensures a correct recognition in the financial statements to inform the users correctly.
Supreme exclusively provides two types of services. This allows for the presence of dedicated and deep knowledge, leading to high-quality services.
Supreme is proactive and works closely with its customers to reach milestones and to meet the highest standards of quality.
Trade with honesty, integrity and thoughtfulness. Supreme delivers on its promises to all those involved.
Supreme is independent and conforms to professional guidelines. Nothing is more important than trusted relationships with all stakeholders.
M&A: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
A merger- or acquisition procedure is an intensive phase for an entrepreneur. A phase in which you need optimal support from an experienced and competent advisor on whom you can rely.
Managing a firm requires a lot of attention. A purchase- or sale procedure will require nothing but the same. At moments like these, you want to take the best decisions, based on the relevant information. Supreme supports entrepreneurs during merger- or acquisition procedures by staying involved and being proactive. Furthermore, we possess all the experience and technical knowledge necessary to supply you with relevant and accurate information. Based on this, you will be able to make the correct decision and realise a successful transaction.
Proactive communication, early addressing of points of attention, short response times and a high level of availability.
Clear reporting and advice
Reports and recommendations with understandable, clear conclusions and analyses. No reports with endlessly repeating analyses or unnecessary graphs and texts.
Compliant and tailor-made
The procedures are carried out in compliance with (international) guidelines and with focus on the purpose of the assignment.
No unexpectedly high costs, but clear terms and conditions at the start of the project and frequent updates on the costs incurred.
Involvement with the organisation and its stakeholders with a sound understanding of the firm and the market it operates in.
ACTIVITIES 2021 AND 2022
Supreme’s definition is the highest level of quality; the highest level of technical know-how, devotion and involvement combined with clear and understandable reports, based on the specific purpose of the client.
Distinctive through focus and involvement
After having spent over 12 years working for large accountancy firms in the field of mergers, acquisitions and business valuations, the wish arose to start supporting customers with questions in these fields in our own way.
Focussing on two services (valuation and M&A), which are complementary, results in high-end technical know-how and experience.
Involvement ensures not only a proactive attitude during assignments, but also a method specifically adapted to the purposes with regard to the stakeholders. Combined with our core values, trust and responsibility, this results in a clear approach during assignments.
Regarding an intended sale of shares, Supreme guided the entire acquisition on behalf of the sellers.
Purchase price allocation
After acquiring the company, the acquisition needed to be incorporated into the financial statements. Supreme drafted the purchase price allocation.
Due to a dispute between two shareholders regarding the price of the shares to be transferred, the interim board member asked for a valuation. Supreme drafted an independent valuation.