Are you looking for strategic or financial investors?

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You need to be aware of the rationale of each investor type before starting the process. And there’s even an invisible third party. I’ve worked on many transactions. In each transaction, there are various stakeholders. Each stakeholder has a different rationale for buying or selling a company. Take, for example, investors. There are two types of investors: strategic and financial investors. At first, it might not look like there is a difference, but in fact, there is. And there is another party, that is rarely visible: the financing bank. Often, banks ask buyers to conduct a due diligence for assurance. Even…...

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Jan Mozer I am a finance professional and curious writer about startups, new business models, venture capital and Mexico.