webinar | DEMYSTIFYING TECH M&A VALUATION


Understanding the Most Important–But Least Understood–Part of Every Tech M&A Process

Valuation is the most crucial part of every tech transaction. It’s the number buyers need to know before moving forward, and it’s the key component in determining the net proceeds to shareholders when a deal closes. Yet the actual process of valuation is not well-understood.

In this webinar, Ben Boissevain of Ascento Capital explores the nuances of valuation, its framework, and the processes for getting it right.

During the webinar, Ben shared knowledge from his 30 years of cross border M&A experience as an investment banker to provide attendees an understanding of:

  • Why valuation is difficult and why we often get it wrong

  • Real-world examples of valuations gone haywire

  • Rock-solid valuation methodologies for both sell-side and buy-side companies

  • Practical tips for sell-side companies to maximize valuation

  • Plus a brief Q&A discussion



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Ben Boissevain

Managing Partner, Ascento Capital

Ben Boissevain has 30 years of cross border M&A experience and has senior-level global connections in the technology sector. He graduated from NYU Law School and started his career at White & Case. His legal training enables him to handle any aspect of contractual negotiations in M&A and capital raising. He garnered investment banking experience at Erste Bank in Vienna and Barclays Bank in New York.

Mr. Boissevain regularly speaks on panels on the technology sector and corporate finance and has appeared on TV at Fox News and Bloomberg.

 

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