How Buyers Typically Price an ARM Company

This podcast covers how buyers typically price an accounts receivable management (ARM) company. Experienced buyers will apply a multiple to the selling company’s normalized or adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization). Sellers need to add back any excessive or one time operating expenses to show their company’s true earning potential. Buyers will determine whether or not they agree to include all, a portion, or none of the adjustments. 

Listen to the roughly two and a half minute podcast below!

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