Perspectives

Vista Point bankers provide thoughts and insights into technology M&A, transactions and their implications, and the world of boutique investment banking

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Thoughts on “The Fatal Flaw in Underwriter Selection”

Earlier today, an article was published on PeHub regarding the mistake that many companies and VCs make when hiring investment banks for an IPO process.  Timothy Keating, the writer, states that the primary reason for the underperformance by the bulge bracket banks on IPOs is due to the disconnect in their IPO clients vs. their

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Why Hiring an Unconflicted Investment Bank Advisor Matters

In the M&A process, investment banks (“advisors”) are used to advise both buyers and sellers.  Advisors can choose which side they would like to work on (but not both simultaneously) and indeed most firms have acted in both capacities at some point in time.  Advising on both the buy-side and sell-side, however, poses an inherent

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Why hire an advisor when selling your company or raising capital?

Entrepreneurs often ask us the following question, “Why should I hire an advisor?” There are a multitude of reasons as to why one should hire an advisor, but the short answer is that a banker’s true value is their ability to significantly increase the purchase price and the probability of closing a successful transaction. A

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Vista Point Advisors Quarterly M&A Updates

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