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How to plan for a transition in business ownership

24th Oct 2019   ·   The ThinCats Team   ·   Insights

A succession plan, lays out how you see the business transitioning, to whom, and the necessary steps along the way to make this happen.

Selling a family business? What's the best option?

17th Sep 2019   ·   The ThinCats Team   ·   Insights

Britain’s very oldest family businesses have passed from generation to generation for almost half a millennium. But what’s the best form of transition when the next generation has other plans?

Why you should use Corporate Advisers when structuring a company sale

4th Sep 2019   ·   Andy Haigh, Partner at BHP Corporate Finance   ·   Insights

Andy Haigh, partner at BHP Corporate Finance, explains the value that corporate advisers bring in structuring a company buy-out

8 key steps to building a successful business exit strategy

28th Aug 2019   ·   The ThinCats Team   ·   Insights

Succession can be incredibly positive – indeed transformative – for a business. Take a look at our 8 step business exit strategy checklist, which summarises some of the key things to look out for on the road to business transition.

Selling your business? Have a look at employee ownership

15th Nov 2018   ·   The ThinCats Team   ·   Insights

Employee ownership is becoming an ever-more popular way for owners to sell their business. In recent months, firms as varied as book producers, landscape gardeners and a niche operation doing luxury conversions of VW campervans have taken the decision to go down the route pioneered by John Lewis. Even shadow chancellor John McDonnell seems to want to get in on the act

Success from succession: Structuring and funding an employee buy-out

8th Nov 2018   ·   The ThinCats Team   ·   Insights

Employee-owned businesses saw a major boost to their popularity once their advantages were enshrined in legislation through the Employee Ownership Trust in 2014. The EOT is a form of employee benefit trust, but with distinctive features and tax advantages.

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