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Behind the Middle Market Carve-Out Boom: Private Briefing

May 29, 2019, The Deal

Amy Wollensack and Sergio Urias are quoted in The Deal regarding middle market carve-outs.

 

Ms. Wollensack says, “In the past, middle market firms haven't had the operational capacity to be able to create a free-standing business," Wollensack said. "But as private equity firms expand their operational capacities -- in many cases by adding operating partners -- they've been able to better utilize that deal flow."

 

Mr. Urias says, “You're not just assessing risk and allocating such risk between the buyer and seller. You're trying to understand how the business operates, identify shared services, and understand core assets in order to potentially help your client negotiate a transitional service agreement. It definitely adds a big layer of complexity to a deal.”

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