What is the role of an Investment Banker?

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An Investment Banker plays a pivotal role in the sale of a company, acting as a strategist, advisor, and negotiator. They begin by conducting a thorough valuation of the business, then prepare marketing materials to present the company in the best light to potential buyers. Their deep understanding of the market allows them to identify and engage suitable buyers, manage the due diligence process, and negotiate the best possible terms on behalf of the seller. Moreover, they provide invaluable advice on the structuring of the deal to optimize financial and tax outcomes. Their expertise ensures that the sale process is managed efficiently, maximizing value while minimizing disruptions to the business.

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