Distressed M&A in a Pandemic: Considerations for Private Equity

  |  June 25, 2020

Detailed and rigorous due diligence has always been key to a successful acquisition, but now is a critical component in valuing a target with some confidence. Even before the coronavirus sent the global economy into a tailspin, private equity funds were training their focus inward on creating value for their portfolio companies and signaling more interest in distressed investing. The onset of the pandemic has only magnified this trend. Read more.
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New Guidance on PPP Early Loan Forgiveness

  |  June 24, 2020

Paycheck Protection Program recipients choosing to extend their covered period, may apply early for loan forgiveness, but doing so could cost them money. In consultation with the Treasury, the U.S. Small Business Administration addresses various issues related to the PPP in a 34-page interim final rule (IFR) issued Monday night, June 22. Read more.
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REDW Experts Identify Rare Valuation & Estate Planning Opportunities

  |  June 10, 2020

As COVID-19 public restrictions ease and business owners focus on reopening, opportunities linger to transfer business ownership interests for a fraction of the typical cost. Amidst all the economic and financial uncertainty, low interest rates can also provide further tax planning opportunities —as discussed in our latest article by REDW Principals Ed Street and Brian Foltyn. Read more.
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REDW Experts Address Tribal Casino Reopening

  |  May 21, 2020

With most casino gaming operations planning to reopen within the next few weeks, the tribal gaming experts at REDW have summarized some key financial issues for reopening in our most recent article, "Key Financial and Business Considerations for Tribal Casino Reopening." Read more.
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