Any business plan relating to a transaction should include a set of exit strategies, whether the transaction is an acquisition, an investment or a loan or any other type of transaction.
Exit strategies should be devised for all possible scenarios. For example, a plan can be drawn up to ensure that the transaction can prevent further losses in the event of failure. Another may address when the transaction meets the expected returns. The goal is to always be prepared for whatever can reasonably be anticipated.
Developing an exit strategy requires experience and judgment. It requires advice from experts in many fields who will seek to understand the transaction, the assumptions and the goals.
Martha Dwyer has experience in assisting clients in creating exit strategies backed by solid experience in various domains where business and law converge. She is adept at contributing to smart and sustainable business plans.