Redpath Insights

How to Prevent M&A Deal Fatigue

While the quality of assets and the business are the primary focus in mergers and acquisitions, every deal is just as much a physical and emotional process as a financial one. Like any emotional process, fatigue is a very real element of every...

Does Your Manufacturing Company Need a CFO or a Controller?

January 12, 2021 - No matter the size of your manufacturing company, there's likely to come a time you'll wonder if you need more internal help with your finances. If you don't have one, you might consider hiring a chief financial officer (CFO)...

The Impact of Uncertainty on Mergers and Acquisitions

November 2, 2020 - If there's one thing that's certain, it's that "uncertainty" has been the operative word over the course of 2020.  As things sit today, businesses are trying to operate in the middle of a global pandemic, there is an election...

3 Questions to Find the Right Finance Leader for Your Construction Business

Hiring a new finance leader for your construction firm can be a challenge. Even the definition of an ideal candidate can be confusing. Ryan Everhart, CPA, Audit Partner and Client Manager at Redpath, breaks it down into two main questions: "Do...

The Impact of Tax Reform on Merger and Acquisition (M&A) Transactions

April 27, 2019 โ€” Buyers and sellers have always taken taxes and tax law into account when evaluating a potential transaction. Sellers want to make sure that the proceeds they receive, net of their tax liability, is appropriate for what they think...

The Human Element of the Mergers and Acquisitions Process

July 2, 2018 โ€” Mergers and acquisitions are hard work, and as we find due diligence, deal feasibility, quality of earnings, tax planning and structuring, and valuation answers for clients, Redpath and Company also sees additional factors that may...