Business Transition Planning

Get expert guidance when it's time to acquire a business or transition yours.

Whether you're considering a strategic acquisition, a merger or a new owner for your business, SunTrust will help you navigate the complexities and strengthen your financial position.

We'll assemble the best team to offer sophisticated advice and services so your plans can succeed. Our SunTrust OneTeam Approach includes the expertise of SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, which has been advising companies and their owners for more than 100 years. Our comprehensive business transition services routinely help businesses like yours achieve strategic goals. We’ll help you ask the right questions, make the right plans and take the right actions for you and your company.

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Corporate & Commercial Banking Resource Center

  • Key Trends in Business Growth Forecasting

    From goal-setting to financial planning and alternative earning strategies, here’s how attitudes and practices have shifted over the past three years among middle market companies.

  • Peer Insights: Evaluating the Economic Landscape

    While sentiment has been up and down, middle market executives are currently less confident in the global and local economies than in 2018. Learn more from these year-over-year trends.

  • Will My Product Work Abroad?

    Globalization may have its ups and downs, but in the long term, business with aspirations for growth have to evaluate the opportunities and decide whether to jump in.

  • New and Rising Fraud Threats

    Business email compromise and business identity theft are two of the latest and most potent fraud threats that business need to identify and prevent.

  • Understanding and Attacking the Sources of Fraud

    Fraud attacks are up 50% in just two years, drawing on the resources of companies of all sizes and requiring new protections against ever-changing threats.