Business Exit Planning

How will you transition your business to new ownership?

When the time comes to transition your business to new ownership, SunTrust can help you meet your personal financial objectives and leave your company with the resources necessary for future success.

Through our OneTeam Approach, we can help you sort through your options and develop a strategic plan. We'll help you consider transactions ranging from mergers and acquisitions to an initial public offering. And we’ll work closely with you through every step of the process, from preliminary exploratory talks to strategy development and execution.

We've assisted many companies across many industries with all types of business transitions, including:

  • Third-party sale options
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Private equity transactions
  • Initial public offerings
  • Monetization alternatives

Whether you're ready to begin your transition now or are just exploring future possibilities, you can be confident that the team we assemble for you will provide the experience and expertise to help you achieve your goals.

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