Over the years we have placed many highly skilled accountants into a “short time frame” Partnership opportunity.
This can be a sensitive issue, especially when you are dealing with an exiting Partner ( This requires an agent with skills to negotiate between the two parties)
The time frames for succession planning can vary from 1-2mths- 5 years, sometimes even longer!
Looking at various options to either:
- Shared expenses
- Merge with equity options
- Sell outright
Prtinent points of the Vendor are:
- NZ educated
- 10 years as a Practitioner
- Ex Multinational firm trined
- CA/CPP Qualified
If you feel you are in a position to add value or look at options with this vendor, then please contact us:
2016 is upon us and the new financial year is nearing faster than you thought!!
The market is in full flight with pending sellers ready to look for the right opportunity or purchaser.
There seems to be a growing trend of succession planning, acquisitions of smaller fees and mergers that we have brokered very successfully in the last year.
We have a huge number of smaller practices looking at various options other than the straight sell!, We have a number of Accountants exiting firms due to financial security reasons, succession planning on the rise etc etc
We have an exiting Partner looking to move on to other things in life!
Fee base is between $750-$800k (BAS)
Long standing Partner with very loyal clients!
This may suit an exiting Partner from another firm, a young/mature accountant looking to branch out on his/her own or may suit a current current sole practitioner operating from a small base and needing an existing fee base to leverage off.
Prime location in Auckland.
If you are interested, please contact us today!
Experts in CA
Is this the right time to sell your Accounting Practice? Are you the type of person that is waiting for that “White Knight”, expecting the economy to get better? Awaiting for the market to change from a sellers to a Buyers’ market? Well guess what? There is not a right time to sell!!
People wait for the economy to improve, however the real value as we both know is in the details of your business ie clients, age, turnover of staff/clients, debtors ledger’s etc etc
There has been a new development that has been set up at Accounting Practices recently.
Due to a huge demand from Accounting Practice firms across NZ, we have now set up an executive search arms for Top Accountants.
As 2015 draws near to a close and the start of the new financial year is fast approaching, I would like to give you an insight on what we at Accounting Practices have come across when it comes to BUY/SELL/MERGE & succession planning of Accounting Practices.
If we take into account the many Practices we have sold nationwide, not all firms are the same, two things spring to mind and that is “systems and culture values”
Do I need to sell or buy ( Accounting Practices) through a licensed Broker?
Under the REAA regulations it states that you need to be a licensed broker to sell accounting practices.
Sure selling privately does not require a license, however when you are advertising on behalf, soliciting business to sell etc you do fall under the REAA and a license is required.
Why use a licensed Broker?