In the webinar that La Chambre organized last Tuesday, April 28, our Financial Advisory Services team, in addition to explaining what aspects companies should consider, from a financial point of view, both in the short and medium term, also analyzed the effect that the current crisis may have in the market for mergers and acquisitions (medium-term forecasts, impact on company valuations, etc.).
Alberto Martínez,Financial Advisory Services Partner. He has led transaction services projects (buyer and seller Due Diligences), business valuation, analyses of business plans, forensic (SPA disputes, valuation of consequential damages and loss of profit…) in Advisory and Audit. Within this context, Alberto counts with a broad view of the company, with experience and knowledge in the financial and accounting fields, as well as in the business analysis and planning.
Agustín Fernández Miret, Corporate Finance Partner. He is part of the firm’s global corporate finance teams at worldwide level. He counts with a wide experience providing advice in mergers and acquisitions, search for financing and financial advice within the framework of investments and divestments.
César García, Valuation area Director. He has assumed the responsibility for numerous projects as financial advisor for a large variety of customers in several business sectors. Among others, these works have many consisted on business mergers and acquisitions, valuations, business refinancing and restructuring operations, analyses of feasibility plans, etc., both at national and international levels.
COVID-19: HOW TO CONTINUE MY ACTIVITY?
The expansion of Coronavirus (Covid-19), the globalization of society, in general, and of the economy in particular, has led the society and the companies to move in a hostile environment, in a hasty and abrupt manner, without time for their adaptation or anticipation. The health crisis has struck in a generalized manner, affecting all economic fields and sectors.
Although the Covid-19 crisis is first and foremost a public health emergency, the economic impact of the virus is beginning to emerge and it is clear that all businesses will be affected, regardless of sector.